we recently went on a spontaneous trip to the farm - godstone farm if you really wish to know - and
i thought i would share our experience with you lovelies! if you live locally i highly recommend it.
unfortunately, mummy wasn't feeling 100% so it was down to daddy to take the lead.
it was such a hot, sunny day you could fry eggs on the ground; you know if that's how you like to have fun!
although our trip was on a bank holiday monday - answer me this; why do banks need a holiday? - there was plenty of parking for our car and no queues; yay! we kiddies hate lines; soooo boring.
after a quickie wee stop, we saw tonnes of animals; horses, ponies, donkeys, piggies (who at certain times you can feed) , rabbits, chickens, ducks, and a few reptiles. i held and stroked - apparently giving animals a back comb is frowned apon - a guinea pig and a little fluffy bird which were sooo soft - they sell bunnies at the farm too but mummy said a very firm, and i feel, selfish No to us taking any home; a decision i plan to overturn any day...
after a scrummy lunch in my new pink yumbox - best gift from mummy in a while...i adorned mine with stickers within the hour of getting - we ate the largest icecreams i have in my 2 1/4 years on this planet, ever eaten. mummy couldn't finish hers. don't worry though daddy finished it as usual. no waste in this family!
now the best thing about this farm is the mega outdoor playground and huge sandpit. mummy said some families just come for this part and not the farm. i got to slide, climb, jump and leap around and have sooo much fun. i think my poor oldies were ready for home by this point and so we skipped to the car...well i kicked and screamed but what's in a few words hey?!
what a great day! i can't wait to return and explore more...
i think i may just have the bestest parents ever! today i was taken to the most incredible adventure park in the world - i mean i've not been to them all but this one is pretty cool so it's a safe bet this is in the top 10.
tonnes of car spaces is always a great sign of a popular business, and this has plenty. within a quick skip; i keep meaning to tell my daddy to stop that, we were inside and being greeted by a smiley lady.
the adults did the usual chit chat and then we were in. the only problem i had was with the socks - you can not be bare foot. now, i rarely wear fabric apon my tootsies so this had better be a special place.
well it is, wow.
this place houses the largest slides and coolest soft play areas dedicated to below 3 and above 3 age groups. there are mini doors into the loos for us wee ones - see what i did there! oh and into the shop...very clever idea mr or mrs artichect
after daddy accompanied me on the big blue slide 10 times, which was not enough but he was turning green; i was reluctantly, i'll use the word dragged, taken outside. well, i was again flabigasted. the utside space is massive. full of an eating area (boring) beach area, slides, bouncy pillows to jump for hours on, and some fantastic bridges and climbing structures i will call castles and forts! i spent sooo long outside time whizzed past and it was lunchtime.
i got a little lunchbox full of goodies and a very healthy portion of sweet potato chips. well i ate a meal fit for a princess. the oldies were very happy with this fayre i could tell. then it was one last play on the beach and slides.
before leaving we visited the shop and daddy purchased a few bits - he says he buys things for me, but we all know its all for him. i noticed the long queue waiting to enter; we clearly came at the right time.
i loved this hidden gem as did my mummy and daddy and before i dropped off asleep i heard them paying compliments to the establishment; which leaves me in hope we'll be returning soon.
So my mummy has been lucky this past week or two to have picked up the cold I had. I'm a giver what can I say. So we've missed a couple of my usual classes and stumbled through the rest. To be honest she's not given her all to them so in light of this and through guilt I was taken to a new soft play today. I know mummy doesn't love these places but I do and quite frankly that's all that matters.
We drove to some town called Haslemere in Surrey where we parked up and walked 30 seconds and into the holy grail of joy!! Not sure that's a thing but who cares...I'M 2!
Mummy was greated fondly and I got a little wave...i love a hand gesture dont you? The adults took their time talking gobbledegook and then...i was set free. We were very blessed as I had free run of the entire place to my little self. Time of day in school holidays I think. Awesome. I like other toddlers but didn't miss them today.
There are cars to scoot round on. Kitchen area go create your Masterchef dishes. I burnt a cheese and tomato pizza - well to much else to do who has time to cook. Mummy should be cooking for me!
I danced on an awesome floor of flashing lights and mirrors. Just adore my reflection.
Whilst mummy dearest had a coffee I zoomed up and down the climby soft area and my new favourite slide we named "moo moo". So clean which as you know I love...big fan of clean, me.
I did my usual not eating much but the range of cakes, pastas and sandwiches is grand. Mummy did buy me a snack for the car; which was healthy I promise...rice cake something or other. mmmm tasty...
All in all a lovely time was had and we plan to return with a few friends soon...
If you live near by pop in.