After Christmas, the Kramer’s took on Dubuque Waterpark. We stayed at the Grand Harbor Hotel and the waterpark is attached. It’s not too big of a waterpark…actually perfect for the kiddos we have. Scotty is the oldest grandkid at 8 and Anders is the youngest at 1. The place is big enough…but not too big that we can’t keep an eye on them.
I think I was the last to arrive…I came and they were already swimming. This is Karl, Kelli, Kayla, Fergie, Buck and Spencer.
There are some bigger slides that the older kids can do but the younger ones still need an adult with them. Here are Kelli and Emmett.
He loves it!
Lucy was big enough to go on her own. She went down the slide SO MANY times.
Gannon and Georgia who are both 4 1/2 can go by themselves. Here’s Gannon.
Anders can’t do anything on his own being he’s only one. Kalissa and Craig took turns caring for him. He’s a little fish so it wasn’t too hard.
Georgia loves the water!! Here she is posing for a picture.
Lilly does a good job hanging with the adults and little kids but she’s also quick to ask someone to take her on the slide.
Last year Jason didn’t get to come. He stayed home with Eli and Emmett because they were sick. This year they were here having fun!!
This is the only family picture I got. Here are Kayla, Spencer, and Jasper.
Scotty’s favorite spot was the hot tub. Well, lots of the kids and adults liked the hot tub.
Here’s Carver…He thinks it’s funny when he shows off his neck in this silly pose.
We were smarter this year and Kelli brought a few pool toys that the kids played with a lot. We also went to Pizza Ranch for supper. It’s a pizza/chicken buffet. We could serve the kids some food right away. That made the restaurant bearable with 10 kids!!
Of course, I was the person behind the camera so there are no pictures of me. I didn’t think to ask anyone to take one until we were home and was getting ready to write this post…Typical mom thing, right??
There was some talk about possibly going to Wisconsin Dells next year. Me, I think I’d rather go here another year. The kids are still at an age where this works…