It's flat Elder and Sister Castillo again!
She isn't so great at waiting in line, but she liked the boat ride.
M preferred his freedom in the Duplo room.
M already wants to play Xbox
The little model cities out of legos were pretty awesome as well.
After I said, "Take your thumb out of your mouth!," she put her other hand in front to prevent anyone forcefully removing it. Stubborn children are prepared to be on the defensive.
" I want to ride with Julie!"
Flat Mom and Dad helped Weston and I fly.
Husband and J did the rescue relay race.
Dad cheered them on.
M loved the set of the Lego Movie. I wish I had actually seen the movie so it could have made more sense.
They have an aquarium attached, but I must say that the Tempe one is better. It's the same company and had pretty much the same elements, but Tempe has a 360 tunnel instead of a half view one.
This, this is my biggest irrational fear. The room full of jellies both fascinates me and freaks me out.
After our jaunt in the aquarium's heaven-sent air conditioning, we checked out the shops. Dad liked this one.
J was a bit scared of this ride at the beginning but she really loved it and I was proud of her for not chickening out.
M likes ribs and ketchup. Maybe just the ketchup.
I think these two look so much alike in this picture, even if they are making goofy faces.
They ate a lego picnic and had lego ice cream
Grammy shared a bite of hot dog.
They were impressed at the moon.
Then we found out the fam was congregating in the parking lot to watch fireworks to facilitate an easy getaway.
I was surprised M wasn't crying and freaked out the entire time, but he was mesmerized.