Jun 11 2011
My kids were up and ready to party with Mr. Bubble at 5:00 this morning, which meant it was no problem to be suited up for the Fox9 TV cameras at 7:15. It was a good thing we had this diversion, because otherwise waiting for the Waterpark of America to open at 9:00 for hotel guests would have been torture for their mom.
The Bubble Bash was impressive. A lot of people put in a lot of effort to pull this off, and it’s the best birthday party I’ve been to. Keep in mind that my kids’ birthday parties consist of choosing the menu, having Grandma and Grandpa over for supper, and choosing whether to have a circle, square, or rectangular cake, so it doesn’t take much to beat their parties, but still, this was one fun party.
If you asked my kids, they’d tell you their favorite part of the day was the waterpark
or the cupcakes
or the Radio Disney fun
or the world’s largest bubble bath
or the beach ball bubbles in the waterpark pools
or the t-shirts
or the cake
or maybe just everything about the bubble bash.
I’ll write more details, including tips for surviving the waterpark with four kids, in a day or two, but for now we’re all about ready for bed. Our day has been a ton of fun and we’re appreciative of the people at Mr. Bubble for inviting us to be a part of it.