Now I always thought I would be one of those Pinterest parents, pulling out all the stops for playdates. But truth be told I’m all about the easy life! If there is a corner to be cut, or someone/something to do the hard work for me, then I’m all for it. That is exactly what #TubbyPlaydates is all about!
The Tubby Playdate packs can be used to perfect the home playdate for children from 12 – 30 months. It is full of crafts, tasty recipes and all the fun activities!
With this lovely weather we are having at the moment (lets hope its not raining when this goes live!) I decided to host our #TubbyPlaydates in the garden. It meant the girls had lots of room to explore and we weren’t confined to a small space! The idea was that they would stay in one place, but they do say you should never work with children!!
To start off our playdate we got to making the decorations. As part of the pack we received Tubby Bunting to colour in. Baby L got to scribbling in any colour she could get her hands on, whilst Little S asked what colour she needed and tried her hardest to stay within the lines.
Once our bunting was complete we moved on to the single most important part of the playdate, food! Now I’m not sure about anyone else’s children but this is the one guaranteed time of quiet. In keeping with the Teletubby theme we made Tubby Toast (idea found in the playpack) which was simple and easy to make. The girls loved that they could be involved in the making of it! Po most certainly enjoyed her Tubby Toast, as fed by Baby L!
The #TubbyPlaydates pack contains lots of other ideas but the girls were quite happy playing with their new teletubby toys and showing Lala and Po around their swing and slide set.
I have to say it was quite fun to get involved in the crafting side of things and we will definitely be throwing another playdate soon.
*This is a paid review, however all views are my own and 100% honest. You can download your very own #TubbyPlaydates pack by visiting the Teletubbies website!*