Sunday, October 24, 2010

Weeeeeee! We went to the Dells!


We recently did a 24 hour mini-vacation with the boys.  It was our first official vacation with just our family.  We got a nice deal at an indoor water park in Wisconsin Dells.  The 24 hours were jam packed but at the point of pregnancy, the age of the boys, and having tied it in with a visit with Grandma and the Packer game...it was plenty.  We spent lots of time at the water park.  Explored the theme park.  And enjoyed some yummy meals at the restaurants.  We pretty much had the place to ourselves which was SUPER nice with the boys being as young as they are.  It was easy to keep an eye on them. 


We moved from one area to the next and just kept rotating around.  The boys were in heaven and Ed and I enjoyed watching their pure and innocent joy at the whole adventure. 





Part of our package involved the "Theme Park" and so we took advantage of that.  The boys rode the carousal.  Ed took them each on their first spin on the go-cart track, and we played a round of mini-golf.  The boys played a few racing video games...and so did mom and dad.  Charley hit a button while passing a machine and won 100 tickets by accident so they each got to pick a few prizes from the prize booth.  And Ed and Charley did the ropes course.  I was so proud of Charley for being so brave! 







6 comments:

Shell said...

Looks like you had a blast!

Anonymous said...

WOw! you sure did a lot!!!! looks so fun. can't wait till we can meet you half way and enjoy a bev by the side of the pool. i'm glad you made the effort to go with just your family tho! you guys need it!!RR

Nicole said...

Awesome! Would you mind sharing how you got a deal? I'm in WI and looking at going to a water park hotel this winter.

Anonymous said...

CRAZY LOVE the one of Henry at the bottom of the slide...

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Busy Working Mama said...

Awesome pictures! Looks like you had a wonderful time :)

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