After breakfast we headed over to the Skyline pavilion for The Little Big Club. Today we were joined by Angelina Ballerina who gave us a dancing lesson, Fireman Sam who taught us all to be safe and Barney, BJ and Baby bop who sang some songs with us. The girls had lots of fun and when it was finished headed off to the indoor tots funfair for a quick play before we had a snack whilst they played in the magic circle.
Anyway back to Lazytown. It was a great show with a great storyline and obviously the underlying message of eat healthy and do more that is part of Lazytown. The actors were great and the kids had no idea it wasnt the real sportacus because the man playing him pulled some great moves just like the real sportacus.
After Lazytown the Skyline gang put on there celebration show. This is a great show as you can get shout outs for the kids (or adults) birthdays. With it being Alisons birthday we popped to the inFUNmation desk earlier in the week and put her name down. She loved having her name read out by sprout who is her favourite. However during this show one of those unfortunate moments happen when you get weed on. Yes you read that right, sitting on the floor with a newly toilet training and very tired but excited toddler sat on my knee meant I got weed on, a lot. Whilst hubby scrambled to get tissues and a change of clothes for Alison I sat there for the rest of the show with a very wet lap. A few people noticed but fortunately as we were all parents they just laughed it off and said they were glad it wasnt them, nice huh 🙂
Anyway after getting back to my room and getting changed we popped over to have our photo taken with the skyline gang. Elizabeth was a bit star struck so only Alison and I managed to have a picture.
We had dinner in papa johns pizza place again tonight as we knew it would be quick and Elizabeth was very excited about the evenings entertainment, Puppets go live. The puppeteers from puppet castle head up to the main stage with there mascot Jingle Jester and perform a puppet show with very large puppets. The songs are catchy and they get some of the children to join in for audience participation.
Bye Butlins, Bye Billy, we will miss you but we will be back soon.