We picked up a few snacks with our rental and is is some of what we bought: green grapes, Granny Smith apples, organic wheat crackers, and tuna fish!
I think we were all impressed that we got in and out so quickly with all we needed for Family Movie Night!
When we got home, I got out the mayo, sliced pickles, and tuna fish, along with grapes, radishes, and the organic crackers. Captain Fussybuckets LOVES tuna fish (Baby D, not so much!) and so I decided to go along with the “A Turtle’s Tale” theme and make Tuna Turtles. They were a big hit with the Captain!!
Baby D’s movie snack was the peeled, sliced Granny Smith apples and green grapes. He loved them!
We all sat down to watch “A Turtle’s Tale” and eat our snacks. We all really enjoyed the movie. The boys aren’t used to watching such long (88 minutes) shows, so they took breaks on their own. The movie is about Sammy, a sea turtle who hatches on a beach and is quickly caught by a seagull. The seagull crashes with another seagull, who has captured a sea turtle named Shelly. Well, throughout the whole movie, Sammy is trying to find Shelly, who is his one true love. They are reunited for a time, but then are separated again. Sammy travels through many oceans and escapes danger many times. The movie shows a lot of issues that affect sea life, like global warming and human errors, like oil spills. I won’t ruin the end for you, but it’s definitely a heartwarming one.