The Many Adventures of Keira!

This is our page to document our family's adoption journey- starting from when we first started planning for our little one, to when we brought her home. We're also going to keep this updated with all of the things that Keira has been up to since she's been home with us here in the U.S!

Thursday, March 13, 2008

The Return to Legoland

When I was picking what days I wanted off from work, I thought that I had figured everything out. I decided to go with the weekend (of course!) as well as Wednesday. I know that most people like to have their days off all together, but believe it or not, there were a few advantages to this schedule:

1. This year I would get pretty much all holidays off with the exception of the one that I volunteered for. Granted, I would have gotten them off anyway, but this way it would be an EXTRA day instead of just one of my regular days off!

2. With this schedule I'm pretty much never away from Keira more than 2 days at a time.

3 After your brain being beaten down on conference calls all day, it's kind of nice to know that you will not have more than 2 days of it at a time! :)

I thought that I had it all worked out...until I realized that off season, Legoland is closed every Wednesday! Oh no! We have such a fun time at Legoland and now that she is over 34 inches tall, there are so many more rides that she can go on.

I know that I could take Keira to Legoland on the weekends, but the crowds are so much bigger and the lines are so much longer. The weekdays are so much better!

Well, Legoland opened up for Spring Breaks on Wednesdays again! YAY! We made our way there today. They have a new area that they just built called "Land of Adventure". Anyway, we had a great time. Yay for Legoland!!! :)

1 comment:

GO TRAVELING "Get Up! Go Traveling!" said...

OOOOOhhh gosh! Sharon thanks for sharing!!! I forgot all about that new ride!! We are going 2morrow, Friday morning! Dev can ride the roller coaster now. He's sooo excited too! You're so lucky to live nearby the place. You know it's one of two in the world. How lucky are we San Diegans!!