We’ve become a bit of a theme park family of late with a whole load of invites to check out what is on offer.
It is a luxury this blog has afforded my children and one day when they are older I will be reminding them and expecting them to ferry me around everywhere in my dottage . . .
As Rosie Scribble said on our recent outing to Drayton Manor (near Tamworth), our children are going to think all theme parks are free, you get the best tickets on offer and you’re presented with a fabulous spread of food whenever you visit.
Either that or they’ll grow up thinking their mums are really really important and are like the Queen with free reign to visit where ever they choose . . . ahem.
Dan was particularly taken with a rather young teen girl who was displaying her wares, so to speak, for all to see while he sat opposite her on the Pirate Ship.
But it was a minor distraction from the thrill rides he’s progressed onto now he’s very grown up and 7.
I can just about cope, but the day he asks me to go on the likes of Apocalypse and G-Force (seriously, look at the guy on the video clip: is that fun?) that will be the day daddy takes over.