For the last two years when we've visited GA, we have gone to LEGOLAND Discovery Center (You can see our 2012 and 2013 trips, if you want) and the boys have loved it! This year our spring vacation focused on our trip to LEGOLAND Florida, but we managed to squeeze in a pit stop on the way home and the boys had fun, as usual! We always seem to focus on something a little different each time we go. This is a fun field trip or vacation spot for the elementary crowd.
Greeted by Batman!
The boys thought this was fantastic, in honor of the movie.
Daddy had to boost him up, but "I was in the LEGO Movie!!" he said!
Hey momma, get my picture!
Thank you to the employee who offered to take our picture so I'd be in one! :)
Daddy's not a fan of rides, but he did take Emory on this one. He said Emory was a little scared at first when it lifted into the air, but he enjoyed it!
Elliott of course spent some time at the Earthquake table, as always. He was experimenting with taller additions to the building.
Elliott was tall enough, but little Emory couldn't see over the top of the track to watch his car! Pictures of him just look like the track, with hands sticking out!
This year the boys decided they should go in the LEGO Friends (aka "the girly") area, since Eleanor is a girl. There is a karaoke area in there, and she loved dancing to the music, but for the most part she just liked taking handfuls of LEGO bricks and throwing them. I quickly got tired of cleaning her mess, so we left. Kind of like how I get tired of putting "bow bow" (hair bows) in her hair repeatedly only for her to rip them out and hand them back to me.
She was, however, fascinated with the animals in the toddler area. The giraffe was her favorite!
She wanted to share with Daddy.
She spent time here playing while the boys played in the fire house (obstacle course type play area), on the ride and watched the 4D movie.
Emory's young enough for this area too, and liked building with the giant bricks as well. (Elliott liked having large bricks to build higher than he is tall, so he built for a few minutes since there were no other kids in the area at the time.)
He specifically asked me to get a picture of him making "THIS FACE, Momma!"
Great time, as always!
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