One of our favorite cities to visit as a family has their very own special day and one of our favorite theme parks is joining in on the fun. Basically it’s another reminder that I don’t live in SoCal but desperately need to!

We spent last Mother’s Day weekend at Legoland California in beautiful Carlsbad. We had such a blast and completely fell in love with the area, even though it rained on and off the entire time. Everything about Legoland makes it the perfect destination for families with small children. Preschoolers can ride just about every ride, delicious food like these baked apples pictured above, super cute Lego themed hotel on property, and the crowds are nothing like that other park farther up the coast.

There pretty much isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t long to live in Southern California, I mean, who wouldn’t?! This weekend is especially true with Celebrate Carlsbad happening on Saturday April 29th. “Word on the brick” is that San Deigns can visit Legoland California Resort for only $30 and receive extended park hours (12pm-8pm) on this day hosted by the Carlsbad Education Foundation. Legoland will even donate a portion of the event proceeds to the CEF to support district-wide science initiatives for students at all CUSD schools. You can purchase tickets for this special event online at www.carlsbadEd.org.

Clearly we have a strong love for Legoland and I’m so happy to announce that I am officially a Legoland Blogger for 2017! So what does that mean?! It means I’ll be able to bring you all of the insider deals, news, and tips that I receive directly from Legoland California Resort. How exciting! Like my Facebook page right here or follow me on Twitter right here to keep up with all of my Lego news! As I’m sure you’ve noticed, the blog is a bit sparse lately and that’s because I have some major changes coming that I’ll start giving details on soon. Thanks all for following along on our adventures and show me your Legoland pictures this weekend!

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