Posted by Doodlemum
A much loved pastime of my lot.
Posted on July 12, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged balloons, Children, Drawing, Family, Humour, Illustration, Life, Pen and Ink, Sketchbook. Bookmark the permalink. 16 Comments.
It looks like the dog got bopped, so why not the cat??
I caught her just in time :)
Sounds like a responsible parent!
Is it OK to bop the dog then?! ;)
As long as she can bop back I feel there is a certain equilibrium there…
Ah, I would have cats and claws could kill the game quite fast too though! Happy bopping! :)
Hmmm might not be a bad thing…
* thought! Brain fog, sorry! ;)
Has Evie also been playing bad hair day? Rubbing the balloon on her head to create static??
Your lot might also enjoy our favourite after-tea game which is balloon tennis. This involves a piece of string (“mum where the string?”) across the lounge about a 18″ high and from there it is basically volley ball but with a balloon. Participants over the age of 6 have to play in a kneeling position to avoid too many breakages.
Brilliant! See, this is what the Olympics is missing!
Loving your blog since seeing the article on the BBC website. You make me smile every day! My kids are grown up now, but your pics remind me so much of their antics and fun, lol! :) xx
Thank you so much Tina and welcome, hope to keep you smiling :)
If you just rub the ballon on a long haired cat it makes their hair stand up.
I’m still chuckling about this comment now! Would make a lovely sketch ;P
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