Before you ignore the warning bells in your head and agree to take your child to soft play – here’s a quick reminder of what’s ahead. Do you really want to go?
1. Your child gets it into their head that they want to go to soft play. You weigh up the options. It’s pissing down with rain so the park is out. There are no drop in classes on in your neighbourhood that you can face going to. Swimming is too much like hard work on the three hours sleep you’ve had. Your toddler keeps whining “I wanna go to soft play, I wanna go to soft play, I wanna go to soft play,” and repeat. You’re not sure you can hide in the kitchen and block the noise out any longer.