"PJ Masks all shout, "Hooray" because in the night, we save the day!"
On arrival the girls were given PJ Masks wrist bands and we were shown into the area where we were to take part in the event, both to get some hero training and also meet the PJ Masks. Squidgy was a bit shy at first but pretty soon was getting into it, doing all the actions and learning all the moves, her favourite though, (of course) was Owlette.
Each character came out one by one to meet the children and teach them all the special moves, such as Catboy's super cat speed and Owlette's super owl wings. Gekko came out and hid behind the presenter and all the children laughed and had so much fun, especially Squidgy who said it was a little like a panto.
When it came to photographs at the end every one queued up and were ushered through so quickly, which was a bit of a shame as I'm sure other parents like me had their children expecting to be able to say hi and had a chance to "meet" the characters rather than just stand for a photo; but all the same Squidgy was happy to have a cuddle with Owlette and pose with her dad too!
At the end of the event every child was given a goody bag, to say thank your for coming. Of course the chance to wear a PJ Masks mask of their favourite character had both the girls smiling, even Pickle kept it on for longer than half a second (which has to be a record!) It also included stickers, a colouring sheet and a certificate congratulating them on completing their hero training.
With thanks to Intu Watford for inviting us to #discoverIntuWatford and attend the PJ Masks event there today.