Mummy Thoughts

Visit to Georgia Aquarium

On Sunday we took the hour and a half drive to Atlanta to the Georgia Aquarium.  The was the only thing the kids has asked to go to when they found out that we were going to Georgia.  So we made a day trip out of it.  As you can see from the pictures, we had a great time.  I brought brownies and fruit and as we are so memorized by the aquarium, there was not time to rest and that is all we ate all day!!  What good parents!!  We also watched a 4D show, a 3D show plus the sense of touch, with water and feeling the jelly fish…  So funny, at one point, Natalie was reaching out to touch the bubbles.

After the aquarium, we went across the street to Olympic park, there were tons of people there playing relaxing and playing in the playground.  Of course we had to do all that too.  We decided to take a walk in the park and found the fountains and of course the children wanted to play in it too and of course we said yes and of course they all got soaked!!  Andrew was wearing nylon shorts that dried fast, unfortunately Matthew had denim shorts so Kyle went across to the souvenir  store and bought him a pair of Atlanta shorts.  He was so happy.  Good thing they were cheap.  We would have left them except we were going to meet our friend Melanie for dinner!  Couldn’t go to the resturant with wet clothes…

We decided not to go to the Coca-Cola Museum this trip even though it was next to the aquarium, we figured next year when Natalie was a little older we would spend a few days in Atlanta and visit the other tourist spots!

What a wonderful day in Atlanta.  We drove home after dinner at 8:30pm.  Kyle and I are not very good drivers after dark so on our drive home, half an hour from Warner Robins, we stopped in a tourist stop for a nap.  It wasn’t even 10pm yet!!  So we napped for half an hour and then I drove home.  It was a long day for everyone but a fun one!

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