Junior and Juniorette’s cousin P came to visit us from San Francisco, and we invited Ruby Rabbit to join us on our adventures. Ruby Rabbit lives at Junior's nursery, and has gone on holiday with the preschool families to exotic places like Japan, Turkey, and Poland. Junior and Juniorette had fun showing Ruby and P the more local sights of SW19 and central London.
At Deen City Farm, Ruby met the cows, goats, sheep, and pigs. She was sad that the rabbits were asleep so she could not talk to them.
Peppa Pig wellie boots for splashing in muddy puddles
Junior was excited to bring Ruby on the Tube to central London. We enjoyed the playground at Coram’s Fields (top tip: wonderful spot for children, right in the heart of London near the Brunswick Centre). Ruby got a bit dizzy on the roundabout.
Borough Market proved too exciting, though - the boys slept straight through it.
Junior wanted to introduce P and Ruby to the dinosaurs in Crystal Palace. Some of the dinosaurs looked like big crocodiles and turtles. On the way home, Ruby got tired so Junior carried her on his shoulders, like his Daddy does with him.
We had a picnic with some friends on Wimbledon Common. P and Ruby looked for the Wombles, but they must have been hiding. Juniorette kept Ruby company instead.
Since we enjoyed the dinosaurs in Crystal Palace, we went to the Natural History Museum to see some other ones. Sadly, we picked one of the only days all year when the dinosaur exhibit was closed. Luckily, P and Ruby were impressed with the blue whale and the elephants, while Junior liked the birds.
At home, Juniorette introduced Ruby to Flopsy Bunny. Ruby was pleased to have a cousin of her own to play with. Ruby also loved playing trains with Junior and P, but she liked story time best of all.
We hope that Ruby Rabbit can come with us the next time we visit P in San Francisco. We had a great week with her!