How does one go about getting a Michelin Star rating? I’ve never really had to ponder this question before now, but it’s becoming increasingly apparent that I’ve stumbled upon a gastronomical wonder, the likes of which I’m positive are not served in any fine dining restaurant in the world.
Sometimes I know I’m not being the best dad that I can be for Hannah.
Sometimes I get distracted.
Sometimes I have a sneaky peak at the internet when Hannah wants me to play.
Sometimes I try to feed Hannah stuff that I wouldn’t eat, while I eat something far more tasty and far less healthy.
Brisbane was an amazing city to visit and I feel like we just scratched the surface during our four-day visit. As we had a child under one and no car, we chose to focus on activities around the centre of town. We found that, with an apartment strategically located in the Brisbane CBD, near the river, we could easily walk to all of the places and activities that we wanted to. Perhaps on our next visit we will venture into the suburbs.
Most parents know all too well the feeling of waiting for their child to achieve the major milestones. The anxiety of wondering if your child will ever roll, sit up, talk, walk, complete and algebraic equation etc., as other babies around him all seem to be doing it. The slight tinge of jealousy that accompanies watching videos of other people’s kids on Facebook doing things that your kid can’t.
When travelling with a baby to major cities, I highly recommend looking for serviced apartments with a few key amenities. Kitchenette (or even better, full kitchen), laundry (in room is ideal) and separate bedroom rate highly on my list of things to look for when booking.