On Friday, we spent the day at the beautiful Spring Barn Farm in Lewes, a place we’ve never been to before, but one which will now be our ‘go to’ when we have a day free!
The boys absolutely loved it, and there is so much to do and see...
I keep meaning to sit down and tell you about this fantastic group we went to last week, and YAY after a hectic few days I finally have the time!
Little Bear’s Soft Play in Eastbourne recently approached us to attend one of their messy play sessions, and my first thought was there was no way I would be able to cope with two toddlers getting messy and running around but they, and I absolutely loved it!
Madagascar, a Musical Adventure presented by The Royal Hippodrome Community Theatre Company, opened at The Royal Hippodrome, Eastbourne today and a musical adventure it was – We loved it!
Clark (3) was absolutely mesmerised by all the characters on stage, and at no point did he fidget, chat or ask for the sweets which we picked up on the way in (just for safe measures!)...
I absolutely love taking Clark to the theatre and since the arrival of Cruise, it’s now something we do, just the two of us. This year, I’ve decided to take him once a month to see a show, and January saw us see David Walliams’ The First Hippo on the Moon which was hilarious.
If you fancy a trip to the theatre with your little one next month, here’s our top picks for what’s on in Eastbourne..
David Walliams’ The First Hippo on the Moon is now in its third week at The Royal Hippodrome in Eastbourne, before showing in an additional 20+ venues throughout the UK.
The hour-long show has been imaginatively adapted for the stage by Les Petits Theatre company, who also toured recently at The Royal Hippodrome with Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs.
Yesterday we took Clark to the Santa's Grotto at ESK, Eastbourne and he really enjoyed it... Well, not the Santa part as he hid behind me and cried, but the rest of it!
Outside the store they have their 'nativity' animals including goats, horses, ducks, chickens, a turkey and a donkey. There's also a local produce stall which had the most vibrant fruit and veg, though a little embarrassing when your 2 year old points to it all and asks what it is. I promise he eats it!