Imagination is a fantastic thing. My grandmother was completely supportive of this and allowed my cousins and I to raid her sheets and create elaborate mazes of tunnels and cubbies, utilising chairs, tables and beds for support. But as creative as we thought we were, we definitely weren’t a match for these elaborate creations. I look forward to seeing the imaginary worlds my daughter will create for herself, even if it means raiding my perfectly folded sheets and tablecloths!
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