All tired out...
On Sunday night, one of my very best friends, Emily, who lives in Dallas, came over to have dinner with us!
Take 3... This one will work!
The next day we spent most of the day in the outdoor area. The water was a little warmer and there was a bigger wading area.
Pool time with Da Da!
One of the outdoor pools was only 2 feet deep at its deepest and Reid's favorite thing to do was to walk the entire length of the pool.
Nap time at the lodge
We had a great weekend at Great Wolf Lodge and it is definitely a place I would like to visit again. The bottom level of the lodge is like a mall and has a magic shop where kids can buy magic wands to play a game throughout the entire lodge, an ice cream themed kids spa called Scoops for mani/pedi time, a swim shop, an ice cream and dessert parlor, an arcade, a teen area with giant TV screens for gaming and internet, and even a Pizza Hut! Although the boys had a great time, one night is plenty for a toddler, as this includes two days at the waterpark. I think the ideal ages for Great Wolf is about 5 to 10 years old. 42 inches is the magic number and if you are this tall you can ride all the slides at the park. And even though the ride home wasn't as pleasant as the ride there (Jett threw up all in his carseat!) we can't wait to visit the lodge again!