🔥🔥THE LEARNER PARENT TOUR - 10 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS🔥🔥 1. WILL THE TWINS BE YOUR SUPPORT ACT?
No chance. They’re way funnier than me. I’ll look crap in comparison.
2. CAN I BRING MY TODDLER WITH ME?
Yes but you’ll have to leave them in the cloakroom.
3. WHICH GIG ARE YOU LOOKING FORWARD TO THE MOST?
Whichever town you live in. That one. Honest. 😉
4. WHAT’S THE SHOW ABOUT?
It’s a stand up comedy show about being a hapless, learner parent to toddlers in 2018.
5. HOW LONG IS THE SHOW?
2 x 45 minute halves. No support act. Just me, baby.
6. I’VE READ YOUR BOOK - WILL IT JUST BE STUFF FROM THAT?
Not at all. This is a brand new, never-before seen show that pretty much picks up where the book left off.
7. WHY AREN’T YOU COMING TO *INSERT TOWN NAME HERE*?
I would have loved to come to more places but scheduling and venue availability didn’t permit it, sorry 😔
8. MY HUSBAND / WIFE / BOYFRIEND / PARTNER HAS NEVER HEARD OF YOU. SHALL I BRING THEM ALONG TOO?
Yes because I’ll win them over with my cheeky northern charm. And if that fails I’ll hit them with some high quality knob gags.
9. WILL YOU SIGN MY BOOK AT THE SHOW?
Of course, I’d love to! I’ll be doing a meet & greet and signings after every gig.
10. WILL YOU BE PROVIDING TENA LADY’S?
Prob best bringing your own to be honest, luv.
All tickets and dates are here: bit.ly/LearnerParentTour
Any other questions let me know!
Photo (c) @andyhollingworth1
👶🏾 | Isaiah Raymond Boakye-Agyemang
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As for Isaiah, this is my guyy 😎 we actually get along lol. What a feeling it is to see his face light up when I walk into the room 😩 - unlike Micah who basically screws me when I walk in 😂 (I know he loves me really though, obviously)
We’ve had a busy day today, with lots of slinging, as usual! First a trip to the post office - I tandem wrapped, having been experimenting with buckle carriers the past few days it was so good to get the comfort from wraps that I love. Then we went to @happyslinglady ‘s sling meet, where we hired an Izmi toddler carrier and also came away with a tester Mamaruga half buckle to try (I wanted to try the Zensling but there wasn’t one available till next meet on Saturday, but actually this still gives me a really good idea what it’s like for our purposes anyway). I decided to try a tandem carry with our hires for a much needed afternoon nap, and it was so comfy! Honestly the most comfortable tandem buckle carry I’ve done, the unpadded wrap style shoulder straps are fantastic. The twins went to sleep in less than 10 minutes, so they clearly approved too. Then we took the Izmi carrier to @aldiuk since they don’t have twin trolleys and I always sling one or both of them. And this evening Daddy has had a go with the hired slings, one at a time for now, as we start to juggle the twins to bed (though no older boys here as they enjoy a night in London with the grandparents!) #twins#instatwins#twinstagram#twinsofinstagram#izmitoddlercarrier#izmibaby#mamaruga#mamarugababy#mamarugatester
👶🏾 | Micah Julian Boakye-Agyemang
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For all the times I’ve ever prayed to God to bless me with patience, this kid was his response lol. I never thought I’d ever have to beef a baby 😅 but this kid loves to pick a fight with me on a daily basis 😂 He was definitely sent here to challenge me, Cilla says this allll the time & I’m starting to think this is definitelyy the case 🤷🏾♂️🤔
A question I always get asked is how I do it with twins! Like this! Both screaming don’t wanna hug me but I’m enjoying myself 😂 I just smile and shake it off after all there not going to fit on my lap forever 👶👶
DUMMY WEANING UPDATE! So we're on DAY 6 and we're surviving. It's like Edie never had a dummy, she hasn't struggled at all but if I'm honest she wasn't that fussed with dummies from the start (we'd been dummy free until they were 9 weeks but lack of sleep and settling them both at the same time was becoming an issue). Elliot has found the absence of a dummy more of a challenge as he really doesn't know how to settle himself. We've woken up on average twice a night, usually once before midnight and again about 5ish; which is progress given we would often be up several times a night just to stick the dummy back in his mouth. We are having to cuddle him back to sleep (sometimes singing too) by taking him to a different room (usually ours) as the constant threat of Edie being woken by his cries is never far from our minds, we don't really have a choice- it's one baby awake or two. We'd really like to not have to take him out of the cot if possible as it's still not learning to settle himself but this is how we're doing things at the moment. Edie decided to poke me in the eye as this pic was being taken 👌