We'd already handed out fliers, sold raffle tickets, donated gently used books and toys, made jars for the tombola (a term I'd never even heard before now) stall, and whipped up some goodies for the bake sale table, so I was excited to see how everything turned out.
It was a couple of hours into the fair by the time we rocked up, and I was pleased to see it was still busy:
And my baked treats were some of the first ones to be sold! Neener neener.
The Pirates instantly ran to the jumping castle (no surprise)...
Right before they started ordering the big kids around. They have no fear. None. *clutches chest*
...before progressing to an ice cream intermission:
Eventually Pirate Two got bored of ice cream (seriously - whose kid is this?!) and gave it to Pirate One to finish off:
After a few more rounds on the jumping castle (and a few sausage sandwiches which I've graciously spared you photos of), it was time for the highlight of the day: face painting!
The Pirates have never even seen Spiderman cartoons, but for some reason they're obsessed with the red/black versions from looking at the DVD cover of Spider-Man 3. Go figure.
Practicing his web hands. No nerds here!
Yay for a successful school fair!