Miss Bee loves playing “Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom” with her doll house, car, meadow, fisherprice props and Fairy figurines.
I love that this is Ben:
She will refer to Ben’s skirt and that he has his hair in a plait.
This is her beauiful felted fairy meadow which was handmade and bought off Etsy. I’ve set it up as “Ben and Holly’s playground”. Simple is perfect in this case.
Grocery shopping with your toddler.
Key tip: avoid.
“I’m pretending it’s a wild sticky night. The rain is coming and I’m walking on the rope with my camping shoes”.
“All the animals were in the camping zoo. They were roaring in bed”.
Haa Haa funny that kid cracks me up
Just 45 minutes South of Canberra city is Corin Forrest. For $18 they offer Snowplay. A tobbogan is $5. While it definitely does snow here at least a couple of times a year this is man made snow. There are capped numbers so you’ll need to book on the weekend. You can hire all the snow clothes too.
If you go when there is natural snow fall it is amazing. Amazing to see lots of snow, amazing to be so close to snow and amazingly busy like a massive traffic jam as half a city attempt a cheap close snow trip. Amazing if you find a carpark.
Corin offers perfect snow access for people wanting a close location. Awesome on a week day as it’s not as busy. When small children are involved or perhaps just a tight schedule for Canberra tourists those place delivers. Saves hours of driving and associated petrol cost and saves the Kousiosko National Park entry fee which makes the $18 very appealing. Sure, it’s not skiing but a snow boarding run is available. But for a bit of snow fun I’d recommend it.