There are plenty of articles that can tell you the tell tale signs that you live with a toddler; sticky handprints on the wall, loo roll RE-ROLLED by hand back onto the inner cardboard tube and small plastic figurines strewn all over the kitchen floor.
But how can you tell the really important things about your toddler like his views on the world and his place within it; his social nuances and psychological make up? It’s these things that tell you what sort of person your toddler will become. In short, is your toddler Middle Class?
If you’re unsure, here’s a handy quiz to find out. Here is a list of middle class toddlers going about their daily lives. How many of these activities do you recognise in your own children?
Sophia is tidying up before the cleaning lady arrives
Finn is doing downward dog
Otis is saving the planet by, just, you know, recycling stuff
Betty knows her quinoa from her cous cous
Henry knows that owning lots of Apple products make him seem more creative
Luca is ordering a babycino to go!
Lottie loves mooching at the farmers market
Rufus believes in the two state settlement but just doesn’t like to discuss it on Facebook
Arthur is making healthy living a real priority these days, one smoothie at a time
Orla feels that Glastonbury is her Haight-Ashbury
Oliver loves organising bake offs to help raise funds for his worthy causes and the 10k race fees
Luca + Scandinavian = Cool
No matter how hard you try, Luca knows, playdate conversation will always come back to schools and houses
Ruby loves holidaying in Brittany, but still dreams of discovering Bora Bora one day
Hector would rather die than say toilet
Archie is telling everyone he is on day 2 of his 30 day abs challenge
Ivy digs tupperware
Betsy knows that there isn’t a person alive for whom there isn’t an ideal birthday present at Oliver Bonas
Lottie and Gracie are excited to have completed their Boden wish list for September
How middle class are your toddlers?