Tuesday, 14 September 2010

Tinkerbell and the Great Fairy Rescue

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We scored a promotional pre-release copy of the new Tinkerbell movie on DVD, which Littletree was really excited about. If you hadn’t noticed, Littletree is really into fairies (wonder where she gets that from?) and like most kids, loves getting cool stuff in the mail.


We sat down all together with some other neighbourhood kids to watch the movie, which is the latest instalment in the “Tinker Bell” series of movies about the fairy’s adventures before she met Peter Pan and the lost boys.

Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue is the story of how a little girl called Lizzy, who is appropriately obsessed with fairies, catches Tinker Bell, and thus learns about fairies first hand – quite an unschooling moment really.

Of course there’s an action-packed adventure involved with all the other fairies – Silvermist, Fawn, Rosetta, Iridessa and Vidia embarking on a magical rescue-mission to save Tinker Bell and then to save all of fairy-kind.

Littletree really related to the character Lizzie, and was then inspired after the movie to begin a fairy project of her own. She went out to the fairy path we made in the garden and started making little fairy picnic areas and nice places to entice faeries in.

Littletree even made an extra serving for fairies with the new miniature tea set I bought her.

27 faerie tea party

Littletree has already watched Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue another couple of times; she’s really loving it and we were so lucky to get a copy as it won’t be released on DVD till the 15th of September :D


  1. It's funny to read this post because my kids are watching this right at this very moment! They love it.

  2. wow Jen, funny how the world works like that. it is a fun movie :)

  3. Soooo cute. I love Tinkerbell, and I especially love tiny tea sets. :-) My girls love having tea parties! <3

  4. I agree. I have several, myself. :-)

  5. you have several tiny tea sets? *swoon*
    how many fairies can you host?

  6. Yes, I do... I had one that I loved when I was little, and started collecting them. I'm not sure how many fairies I could host, but it would be a party, for sure. :-)

  7. let me know when the next party will be! (assuming you have room for a large faerie)


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