Ezra looks super cute in glasses although he rarely remembers to wear them (he’s mildly short sighted).
However he couldn’t wait to get into this specs and red stripy/blue trouser ensemble, kindly sent to us** from the Where’s Wally press office, along with a mix of goodies to review.
He wore it out that same night, when we went to check out the fabulous Cirque Alfonse at Southbank Centre.
Ezra had loads of ‘hey, I’ve found Wally!’ comments and got mad respect from some of the circus folk we met at the after party, including a professional clown (in mufti).
Ezra also couldn’t resist diving straight into the Where’s Wally The Totally Essential Travel Collection — all the Where’s Wally books gathered in one tidy tome. Our whole family loves hunting down Wally and his pals, and this collection keeps the babes occupied for HOURS. *punches air*
The Where’s Wally set came with a code to download the Where’s Wally app — if you’ve not tried this, it’s a really fantastic app available on both iOS and Android, and comes with a variety of challenges to keep all Wally-hunters happy.
Jed was thrilled to receive a special gift** in the mail from Postman Pat — a little Pat figure with mailbag and his cat (howdy Jess), plus a Postman Pat cup cake mix.
The package included a video from the Postman Pat Special Delivery Service, ‘A Very Big Adventure’ featuring 8 brand new stories.
Brilliant activities to keep the kids busy in summer, and for those times when you need a ‘special delivery’ from cries of ‘Mummy, I’m bored!’
And look, even Prince William was a fan. Here he is carrying a Pat flask on his first day at nursery. I wonder if he’ll pass it on to our Royal Baby Prince George?
For Where’s Wally books and more visit the web site at http://www.whereswally.co.uk/index.html#home
For Postman Pat activities, games etc visit the web site at http://www.postmanpat.com
**free review samples