A couple of days after Thanksgiving, our crew was feeling a bit stir crazy. The cold wind kept the adults inside, and even though the kids kept braving the temps to play in the snow, we needed to go out and burn energy.
Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to be Tigger? There’s a place here that lets you find out. Filled with bouncy contraptions of every sort. And after they tired of the bouncy obstacle courses, they went head to head gladiator style:
Just for the kids, you ask?
No! Adults bounced, hopped, and more! (And parents were free with each kid admission. Sweet!)
After two hours of fun,fun,fun,fun,fun… we were ready to concede that we were glad that the wonderful thing about Tigger is that he’s the only one.
The adults came home with: one scraped up elbow (because the hero had to perform acrobatics to save a wayward/law-breaking preschooler), one torqued shoulder, one aching knee, and one headache.
The kids felt fabulous.
The next day, both the kids and adults in our family were talking about when we would go back.
You can’t pretend to be Tigger though without a little drama, so I’d like to present the Epic Battle: