We were sitting in a Frankston café today. A really cute and funky one I might add.
This coffee snob had insisted we walk 9 minutes around the corner away from the shopping centre we had just parked in, because really, the café options, and subsequent coffee and sweet possibilities on offer at those cafes left LITTLE TO BE DESIRED.
Fortunately for me and a cranky Hubbie, the coffee and sweets at my destination of choice were GOOD. 🙂
So we were sitting there enjoying our little café break. It was about 2pm. There were others in the café. Several staff at the front and the barista stationed at the ready in front of her caffeine machine.
Suddenly, from around the corner and behind the coffee making machine which was right to the side of us, there was the sound of several things falling, and then almost a crash, or a smash. Several people on our side of the café looked up and around at the sound. We couldn’t see anything but could only imagine.
And then baby girl, in amongst spooning big piles of cushiony foam from her babycino into her mouth, yelled out –
“ARE YOU OK?”
Laughter followed. From both the staff behind the machine who noted the care coming from the childlike voice. And from us, and the customers to the side of us.
“She said what we all were thinking!” one diner nearby told us.
The barista appeared only moments later and informed baby girl, in fact, that she hadn’t broken anything! But thanks for checking 😉
I was still chuckling to myself as we walked into the centre to take a photo with Santa, 5 minutes later…