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Festival Of Heroes 2017

"We are all mad here" 





When your a parent, you want nothing more then to see your little one smile, today poppy, my mum and I took a mini road trip to the Roman villa in Brading (iow). Yes, It was a road trip, it took an hour to get there #Islandlife. The festival of heroes was in aid of raising money for a local charity called the daisy chain charity. With many Disney character names announced on their Facebook page it seemed like a pretty good idea to take Poppy for the day. 





"Its always tea time" 

 it was another 40 minutes of queuing before we had even got in! But seeing poppys face light up at her favourite characters was rather special. She loved playing with the mad hatter, teasing him by taking his cups and pouring Alice invisible tea into hers! She was besotted with Belle, woody and jessy and gave a huge hug to Snow White. Although it was a pain in the arse with the travel and waiting to get in its the little moments like these that forget the bad ones. 

I hope you enjoyed the magical read
Lots of love 
Natasha 
xXx 

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