Today, we went with nearly all our Trace Academy families to Legoland. We’d never been there before, mostly because the cost is prohibitive. But this was an optional all-school field trip, and so the deal was unbeatable: four of us got in for less than it would normally cost for one child. I love deals like that. So today, instead of writing much, I’ll show you a part of our day.
First of all, we had to wait until all our families arrived before we could go in. Boy, nobody really wanted to be the last family to arrive. But somebody had to be–half an hour after they were supposed to be there. But by the time we entered, I don’t think anyone even cared that we had to wait that long.
My kids tolerated my taking their picture while we were waiting to enter the park.
I spent most of the day with Morgan, as she didn’t want to go on the rollercoasters her friends were riding.
Here’s my beautiful girl by a waterfall, not made of Legos.
There were all these mini cities, my favorite of which was San Francisco. It was fun to see my favorite sights, made out of Legos, in the middle of Florida.
Lots of walking, lots of sweating, lots of standing in lines for a couple of minutes of fun. But, we do it for the kids, right? By the time the place closed down, we were tired but happy.
Thankful today for:
132. my daughter’s good attitude all day
133. people I can trust with my kids