We arrived in Florida on Sunday after two days of smooth driving. (boring scenery, lots of bugs hitting the windshield, but excellent passengers!) A delicious Mother's Day dinner out:
And yes, we were that dorky coordinating family. It got us way too much attention.
Not sure if it will ever happen again. ;)
On Monday at 9:30 we were ready for our day. (Well... the boys were ready at 6:20,
but they needed to do a little school first and eat breakfast, of course!)
Riding the lego jousting horse and loving it!
Camel - made entirely of lego bricks! So cool!
This elephant and many other safari animals were made of lego bricks. Really amazing!
My ride buddy
Boating school - what a handsome crew!
Driving school - This was hilarious. The track was for 3-5 year olds and it was
so cute to see these little squirts zipping around the track in lego cars.
Driving school for ages 6-13. Complete with stop signs, yield signs, traffic lights and lanes. You better believe my little rule follower obeyed all the traffic rules. ;) Also crazy to see all these young kids buzzing around in cars. Almost gave me a heart attack to realize that in 7 short years, Luke will be driving!
Mesmerized by fun shows, tricks and stunts!
Our crew -- missing one sweet girl who was never far from our minds.
Lego Miniland was stunning. This NY scene is made entirely of lego bricks.
I was completely blown away by the detail in this section.
All in all, a terrific day with fabulous weather!
(and tired boys ready to crash once they were tucked in bed around 7:30. Hooray!)