Bouncing is what Tiggers do best!
One of the kids favorite places in the whole world is Sport Bounce of Loudoun. With giant inflatable slides and an array of moonbounce structures, it was the perfect place for bouncing around like Tigger!
We got a deal through Specialicious
for 5 visits for $25 (<– referral link).
|Not supposed to go head first – Oops!
This trip was one of the better ones because we did not loose any socks, rip any clothing, or cry. Woohoo!
Bouncing and sliding is such good exercise that the kids fell asleep on the way home. Thanks, Tigger, for the inspiration!
This week’s movie night selection was The Tigger Movie, and we had a Winnie the Pooh themed dinner to accompany it.
Eeyore’s Bow Tie Pasta
Rabbit’s Garden Salad
Pooh’s Honey Cakes (Little Debbie Honey Buns)
The sweets were really sweet, but at least the rest was pretty healthy.
The Tigger Tailes were simple to make. There are some fancier (and probably yummier!) recipes out there, but I was going for quick and easy!
TIGGER TAILS RECIPE
- Stack four marshmallows on a stick.
- Melt candy according to package directions.
- Dip marshmallows in melted candy, covering the entire service.
- Let candy cool and harden.
- Make Tigger stripes with the black gel after candy has cooled.
These sugary treats might make your little ones bounce off the walls … but that goes well with The Tigger movie!
You can download our Pooh sign here and the 4×6 menu cards here and here.