One of the highlights from my day of childminding yesterday was at bedtime when Grace suggested that instead of reading stories we played a game where we made up a story by taking it in turns to say one word each. A couple of our stories went something like this:
Sometimes my cousin Alfred says I am smaller than a caterpillar, but I say I'm taller than a giraffe and he's fatter than an elephant. When we see each other we often fight like Romans and Vikings and elephants.
Dolphins don't like to swim when it's raining, especially in drizzly downpours. This was first seen by the ship Kaboodle-boodle on the African sea.
How fun storytelling can be!