Monday, 30 March 2015

Our half term line up

So, we are fast approaching half term. J doesn't break up until Thursday, and S has swapped her Friday nursery session so will also end on Thursday too. So what do we have planned for this Easter break.... two weeks to fill.... here is what we have planned....

We are on an adventure again to Liverpool on Good Friday with Grandma and Grandad, via train, so we can see Beauty and the Beast at the Epstein Theatre.... the girls are super excited at starting the holidays off with a bang...

We will then hopefully be heading over to National Adventure Farm for spring and Easter fun again on the farm, along with an Easter egg hunt for their Easter Egg-stravaganza.


We will also hopefully be making use of our National trust passes, and going to a local park for yet another Easter egg hunt, and a walk to help burn the extra energy off. You can find if you have a local one near you here.  We have never done with National trust before, but they do look really good.
We will also be having a duvet and film day with popcorn, and the curtains shut.... well, we will see how long that one will last, but not before our very own home and garden Easter egg hunt, just like the years before, which you can read all about here, with pictures of the girls throughout their Easters...  ....
We will be doing crafts, just like this fairy garden kit from Interplay...


Lots of picnics and walks, with the hope of returning to Crosby beach, which can only be described as the beach with Willies... if you are wondering why, check out this post from last year...

We are also going to see Mr Yipadee and CBeebies Alex Winters again. We saw them at Christmas, and the girlies absoloutely loved it, so we are going back to see them again, and this time I have heard they have Elsa with them too.... You can check if they are coming to a soft play near you, as they tour the North West again, here.....

I must remember, J need half term to relax too, so we have some days which we haven't got anything planned. What are your plans for this Easter half term?


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  2. Looks like you have some thing to do , I only have two think planned but you have now given me some great ideas

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    1. I hope it has given you some ideas. We will be filling up the blank days with trips to the park, and the leisure centre for swimming. :-)

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    1. Thank you. Happy Easter to you too. :-) I am hoping it is filled with smiles and laughter, rather then cries and tantrums... we shall see...

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  5. Always good to have fun things planned...keeps mum and dad sane lol.

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    1. Oh yes... I get cabin fever if we are in the house for more then a day! They behave better when we are out too.

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  6. wow sounds like you have a fun packed Easter holidays planned. we are heading to Beauty and The Beast on Friday too. I am more excited than the kids I think. I used to love 5ive lol

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    1. Yeay... we shall hopefully see you there. :-) It will be a great start to a great half term! :-)

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