We went on a fun Mummy ride (and a few other little rides) where we shot things for points. We ate lunch in line. Also in that line, there were Legos the kids could built while we waited. Cool idea.
|All the cousins...except Spencer and one little girl in seat 10 that wasn't part of our group. :)|
Then, we checked out Miniland where they had Star Wars big episodes built in Legos. Super cool! There were also all the big U.S. cities built with Legos. Super cool. All the adults could've spent a longer time there.
|Before...Cambree saw the drenched people and got out of line.|
|Right before the major drenching!|
|After...still all smiles...well, most of us. :/|
I took Sadie, Cambree, and Evelynn to the Knight ride that Sadie was dying to go on and Angie stayed with Dylan and Spencer in the Pirate place. As I was in line, I noticed the guy saying over and over that you had to be 4 AND 36 inches to ride that ride. WHAT???!! I thought the girl said every other ride she could ride? And it clearly was a little kid ride. So I'm awful. I told Sadie she was 4. She said, "I had my birthday today?" Yup. I'm feeling pretty bad. And I had Cambree go along with it (double bad!) cuz she would've told the worker that Sadie was 3. Ugh. I felt SO bad!! So we get to the front and the worker asks Sadie how old she is. She said 4 and got right in! I was a little nervous that maybe it wasn't safe for a 3 year old but there was a seat-belt and a bar to hold on to so I felt like she would be just fine and she was. Whew. But, yeah, I felt so bad for lying. Then, the rest of the day Sadie said she was 4. (The next day, she said, "Mom, am I 4?" and I told her no and that was that. Ugh. I probably just failed as a parent.
Then, Angie and I went over to a HUGE jungle gym for the kids to
Then, we met back up with everyone and watched a 4D Chima movie. Bubbles and water were part of the show. :) Then, went over to a dinosaur roller coaster. Then over to the cars where you can actually drive them. It was for kids 5-12 and they had to obey traffic lights and signs. It is seriously a kid's dream to drive themselves and the kids loved it! It was fun to watch and see who was the best driver.
|These 2 were NOT scared to ride the Robot Arm!|