Is your little one in nappies! Here's some guidance if taking you're taking them around a nature reserve.
1) Before you leave the house, might be an idea to change their nappy. If you don't, take some nappies with you.
2) If you didn't change their nappy before you left, it's probably wise not to let them drink two full bottles of water while you're out.
3) If you did let them drink two full bottles of water, remember to take the bag of spare nappies with you when you leave the car to walk around the nature reserve.
4) If you didn't abide by all of the three rules above, it's probably a REALLY BAD idea to give your young child a piggy back unless you want a wet neck.
Luckily he didn't actually burst his nappy but I thought he had! We got about halfway round the park when the nappy became so heavy that it was pulling his jeans down, so I thought the piggy back would be the simplest way to resolve the problem. It promptly turned into a route march so that I could get back to the car in time!
Changing the subject completely, have you seen My Gimpy Life?
It's a really good web series starring Teal Sherer, a disabled actress who you may know as Venom from The Guild. It's about her life and is very funny indeed.
Anyway, she did her first series (see it here) and now is looking for funding for her second series, and she's funding it through Kickstarter. The deadline is Friday June the 14th, and she's looking for $50,000 (as I write this she's got over $31,000 pledged already) so if you liked the first series and would like to enjoy the second series I'm sure she'd appreciate a donation! It's made me dip my toe into Kickstarter for the first time and it is really easy to give money if you have an Amazon account.