Peppa Pig’s Christmas Blog Tour & Giveaway

My children both still love Peppa Pig, they have many of the toys and still enjoy the show.
 
Peppa’s new book ‘Peppa’s Post’ will be a hit with all Peppa fans: When Peppa and her friends visit Mr Potato’s theatre show, Madam Gazelle decides that it’s time they put on a pantomime of their own!
 
 
Invitations are sent out, rehearsals are complete and the costumes are ready, but who is the special surprise guest coming to see Peppa perform?
 
This book includes six envelopes containing story props such as pantomime tickets, invitations, a theatre programme and much more!
 
As part of this Ladybird blog tour I’ve teamed up with other bloggers to send Christmas letters to each other just as Peppa has sent letter’s in the book.  I have received a lovely Christmas letter from Anna who blogs over at In the Playroom who has told e of her plans for Christmas.
 
I am writing my letter to Kara over at Chelsea Mamma and you will also have the chance to win a copy of this book for yourselves:
 
“Dear Kara & Family
 
I hope you are almost ready for the chaos that is Christmas – I can only imagine how busy your household becomes at this time of year with those wonderful 6 children of yours!  I find it manic enough with my 2 but I certainly wouldn’t have it any other way and I know you are the same.
 
We are almost ready here, if only the Winter germs would stay away long enough for me to actually have both children in school at the same time.
 
I’ve most of the gifts now and those I’m now missing will get vouchers at I have drawn a blank for a few family members – teens are rather hard to buy for aren’t they?
 
We have decorated the tree, made and written our cards and this today I begin the mammoth task of making the teachers home-made chocolate orange fudge – Harry has 8 teachers/helpers in his pre-school and Emmy has 2 so this will take a while – thankfully I have until Friday.
 
We are in full festive flow here and had breakfast with Santa this weekend, have seen Emmy in her school Nativity – she was a Star and I admit I did cry a little.  She has her Christmas dinner at school today and both children have Christmas parties and Christmas jumper day before they break up early on Friday.
 
Christmas will be a strange one for us this year but we are determine to make it a special one for the children and I can’t wait to surprise them next week by taking them to see Disney on Ice but of course that’s a complete surprise for them.
 
Most of all I am looking forward to us all having some time off together and having lots of family fun in the two weeks we are all off.
 
What are your plans this Christmas?  Are you organised or beginning to panic?
 
Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
 
Lots of Love
Clare & Family
xxxx”
 
Giveaway Time
 
For your chance to win a copy of the Peppa’s Post book, please fill in the rafflecopter form below.  This giveaway will close at Midnight on 6th January 2016 and is open to UK entries only.  Good Luck
 

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77 thoughts on “Peppa Pig’s Christmas Blog Tour & Giveaway

  1. I had family over on christmas day – didnt do a traitional dinner instead we had a hot/cold buffet on all day – was lovely and very little prep or washing up 🙂 boxing day my parents and my uncle joined us at our local pub for a 3 course xmas dinner with crackers 😀

  2. For the first time in many years,we didn't cook the big family lunch.Our grandchildren are at the age when they knew all about Santa so it would be unfair to say "look,here are all these wonderful new toys but you can't stay in your pj's and play as we're going to grandmas"We picked up my 92 year old mum and we visited them instead and it was a really great day,I'd thought it would be awful but it wasn't at all.We had a lunch for five,no stress,no mess and we weren't exhausted at the end of the day.We saw our grandchildren and were able to see all their toys Santa had given them and share in their excitement.Honestly,it's the way forward !

  3. The whole family went out for Christmas Dinner – the kids got a visit from Santa at the table, I didn't have to miss them opening their presents because I was taking things in and out of the oven, and there was not a plate in sight for hubby to wash up. It was wonderful

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