Ever since the girls received their Una Unicorn Trunki earlier this year, Harry has silently raged that he did not receive one too. While the girls are in school and nursery he clambers into the cupboard under the stairs, drags it out by the strap, and scoots himself around the house on it, with the kind of glee that comes from knowing that, any second now, your sisters will be home and the fun will well and truly be over.
So when we were offered the chance to review the new Trunki, Pedro Pirate, I knew that Harry would be over the moon. With all of the regular features we have come to expect from Trunki, along with pirate flags and stickers to decorate it with, I couldn’t wait to see his little face when he saw it.
Infact I showed it to him on the computer, telling him that if he was very lucky the postman would bring it and he would have a case of his very own. “My a good boy!”, he told me, “My a scary pirate!!”.
And patiently waiting with the pirate sword in his hand, the big day finally arrived and as we unpacked the Trunki, Captain Haz Sparrow was born!!
It was so lovely to see
Harry Captain Haz Sparrow playing with the Trunki, and packing all of the essential items that are crucial for any self respecting Pirate!
The thing that I love the most about Trunki is that, not only are they durable, practical and highly dependable but, they also encourage our children to use their imaginations.
And even better, when they aren’t being used for the intended purpose of travel, the children are still just as excited to play with them as part of a game, role play or just bombing up and down the hall.
As with all games, especially when it comes to my children, Harry got a little carried away, “My chop Eva!” he shouted, as he wielded his sword with such conviction that I had to confiscate it before someone got hurt!
Ironically, after weeks of longing for his sisters Unicorn Trunki, seeing the fun that Harry was having with Pedro, the girls, all of a sudden, were very eager to share their own Trunki in exchange for a turn of Pedro, something which Harry was having none of. “No! My the pirate!” he told them, “You girls walk the plank!!”.
If you would like the chance to win a Pedro Pirate Trunki for the little pirate in your life, simply enter via the link below. The competition will end on the 26th March and the winner will be notified via email. Usual terms and conditions apply.