We went to an NCT sale today. For the uninitiated (which very recently included me) the NCT stands for National Childhood Trust.
Basically what I imagined the sale to be was parents selling things their little loved ones had recently outgrown. For the most part I was right, but what I didn't count on was the stalls selling new stuff and actually giving out information.
I got the low down on the car seat law (it's any child UNDER 135cm regardless of age, but there seems to be age 12 attached to the law) and Sue got an Indian head massage from a woman who apparently massages babies, after their hard day... at the office? pooping?
Paul came with us and stocked up on secret santa stuff for a pregnant woman at work.
All in all, a nice eye opener, and a good place for us to not only stock up on baby gear but to also offload it once we're done.
For the £1 admission fee, we also got an "I support breastfeeding" wrist band, which they were flogging for £1 in the main area of the fair. Not bad!
Now playing: Cyndi Lauper - She Bop [12" Version]