Saturday, March 28, 2015

little climbers///funtopia climbing gym in lehi, utah

If you know me or my family, you know that we pretty much have these three little girls cycle in and out of our home pretty frequently. So when I first got the opportunity to go to Funtopia in Lehi, I was like, "Wellllll, I don't have kids so...." then through a series of events, Taylor, Maddie and Brooklyn started living with my parents again. Since Brooklyn is too little and too sassy, we left her at daycare and Taylor, Maddie, Mark and I went to Funtopia right by our house.

I swear, i'm not getting paid to say this stuff or even write a blog post about it, but it was so fun that I feel like I need to spread the word. 
First of all, the people that worked there were awesome. There were so many kids there because we came in with a birthday party, but the two employees were always where we needed them when we needed them. Also, even though there were a ton of kids, we never had to wait to climb anything we wanted since there was so much stuff to do. My favorite was the ginormous slide, just because it was hilarious to watch the girls faces as they were lifted to the top. Maddie really liked the city where she could climb and jump off like Godzilla. Taylor liked the platform that you climbed up to and jumped onto monkey bars that were like seven feet away. I also really liked the wall that you had to answer basic math/science/english/history questions to get your next rock to pop out....haha
We were there for quite a while and the girls were so sad to leave. Let's be honest, Mark and I were so sad to leave! I found out later that I could have climbed and I was bummed that I didn't. 

It's a little pricey, but I can confidently say that it is 100% worth the money. 

This was after they both had breakdowns that they were scared to jump and I told them they were walking home if they didn't. Maddie asked how long that would take. 

You can find their facebook page HERE
Thanks for a fun afternoon so I could give my parents a break, Funtopia!

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