It seemed like our visit to Peppa Pig was booked for weeks away but here we are, four days to go till we leave Hertfordshire & head on over to visit Peppa Pig World at Paulton’s Park. I feel completely unprepared so I’m hoping this blog post gets my mind straight & I can plan for our fantastic mini trip!
We are beyond excited, for the past week or two we have been watching Peppa Pig World YouTube videos. They are helping us decide what rides we want to go on & what rides mummy can’t go on due to having issues with dizziness haha! B is now fully aware that Mummy cannot go on the tea-cups or the balloon ride because she will ‘feel sick’.
Its been decided that Mummy & B will go on the Dinosaurs & that B is most excited about having his picture taken at all the points where you can! I have no idea where he gets that from.
YouTube videos have helped us a lot, its made us realise what we need to bring & what we can get there.
Today we managed to grab the bare essentials, you know, Ponchos for water ride… Haribo, plasters. The average care package really! I joke, however these are a few bits we have picked up so far, ALL in the £1 shop I may add!
I may have to run & grab a beanie hat from somewhere before we leave as my lovely mother decided my original one needed to be shrunk so it would only fit a 2 year old child.
As the day draws ever closer B is continually asking if Peppa Pig World is ‘open in 5 minutes?’, I’ve had to lie & tell him that it doesn’t open till Friday! It seems to have settled him for now anyway, he has already decided what he’s going to say to ‘Georgie Pig’ & what top he’s wearing on Friday. This kid is beyond adorable.
We’d love to hear your tips & tricks for taking little ones to a theme park & even more we’d love to hear what your favourite ride is at Peppa Pig World!
Here are some of our favourite images from our Blogger friends visits to Peppa Pig World,
Image taken by Rock & Roll Pussycat
Image taken by A Slice Of My Life Wales
Image taken by Twinderelmo