Hide-and-seek.

Baby G is undoubtedly the worst hide-and-seeker in the history of, well, ever. She is still at that delicious age where she believes with absolute certainty that if she can’t see you, you can’t see her. Without further ado, I present Baby G in hiding. If you look reeeeally hard, you might spot her.

Still warming up…

Almost invisible!

Ah, the old curtain trick.

OMG. A crocodile ATE my child.

David Copperfield – watch out.

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About Michelle Lewsen (They Call Me Mummy)

Michelle Lewsen is an award-winning copywriter with 18 years’ experience in the advertising industry. She is the author of theycallmemummy.com where she writes about her imperfect parenting, struggles with work-life balance and the often laugh-out-loud chaos that her Adult ADHD brings to her life. Michelle was honoured as a Voice of the Year by BlogHer in 2013 (“Inspiration” category) and again in 2014 ("Heart" category) for her writing on theycallmemummy.com. The three most interesting and fun people she's ever met call her Mummy and keep her feet firmly planted on the ground. The same goes for her husband, who suffers through her adult ADHD with an admirable generosity of spirit. In her spare time (between 1am and 6am) she's been writing a series of children's books. Soon, she'll be publishing them and your kids are going to adore them, so watch this space.

Posted on J June, 2012, in Family, Life, Motherhood, Parenting, Toddler Fun and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 45 Comments.

8 comments
Hop Dad
Hop Dad

My daughter is a pretty good hider. But she's a spectacular seeker because she tells you where to hide. Then it's "1...2..5...3...5......5...2...5 maybe or not here I come!"

Gill Katz
Gill Katz

memories of baby Michelle shown a great hiding place, by her older siblings.. wanting a pesky toddler out of the way. Just where was this great place? On top of the cupboard where the suitcases were. And don't ask how they got her up there.. they still haven't told me.. *LOL* I love3d this picture story Michelle.. LOVE it ♥

Susan Cooper
Susan Cooper

I LOVE your site. Your post is adorable. I am a former early childhood teacher and just loved that part when kids had that illusion. Thanks for sharing. :)

didoodlesaboutstuff
didoodlesaboutstuff

Love it! ;) Funny but animals are the same way. I can't see you so you can't see me. Its an invisibility clause. Haha. Yay. Will also follow your posts by email now. See you added a box to check. Awesome Mich

Elana B
Elana B

Very good Miss G; my nieces do the same. It is such a lovely sweet age. And the laugh and giggles that accompany their brilliant hiding spots - such joy!.

mummymishy
mummymishy

Thank you Susan! Please follow and I'll promise to deliver more.

mummymishy
mummymishy

Thank you Di! Have a great weekend.