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March 28, 2016

New Traditions Forming at Six Flags Over Georgia

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The girls and I attended Six Flags Over Georgia media event free; all opinions are my own.



Hey Yall!  How was your Easter?  Mine was fabulous!  It's always a blessing spending my holidays with my family.






So, this Easter a couple of traditions have been broken.  As we get older, life changes and traditions may change too.  Each Easter holiday, the girls and I would attend an Easter egg hunt at the Mall of Georgia, as well as decorate eggs; we did none of those.








The reason for this is we were invited to attend Six Flags Over Georgia Media Event to preview the grand opening of Bugs Bunny BoomTown, a themed family area; this event was the same day as the Easter Egg Hunt.







Easter Egg Hunt or Six Flags?  Decisions...Decisions!  But Six Flags was the clear winner because we hadn't been there since 2014 when the girls and I did the fun run race with the tv show, The Biggest Loser.  We always are meaning to go, but busy schedules always got in our way.





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When we arrived at Six Flags at around about 10 am Saturday morning, we were shocked to see so many people lining up to go to the amusement park.  It was chilly, and rainy morning, but that didn't stop people from going to Six Flags, same with us too. We're not going to let the rain ruin our day!  This was our first time being invited to Six Flags for media day, so I didn't want to ruin this opportunity.





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The girls and I hurried to Bugs Bunny BoomTown just when the ribbon was cut, and everyone scurried around to be one of the first to ride the new seven rides in BoomTown.  Bug Bunny BoomTown includes an interactive water ride, twisting swings, flying ships, a junior Ferris wheel, a climbing playground, a truck-driving adventure, and an up-and-down drop tower.




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The girls got their picture taken with a few of the characters, rode some of the rides, met up with their BFF and had a fun filled day.   We were there when the park open, and there when the park was about to close.  We shut that place down!




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Traditions may get broken, but new traditions will start to form.  As my daughters are getting older, the stuff that we use to do may not interest them anymore.  They're at that stage in their life that some things are just not cool to them anymore, I'm okay with that because they're maturing and wanting to do things that are more catered to their age.  I just hope that they'll never think I'm starting to become uncool to hang out with.








With Six Flags, their theme park is catered to all age groups, so there is something for everyone to enjoy.  It looks like we have a new tradition to visit Six Flags each year.




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Six Flags Over Georgia is now open on weekends through May 15 and daily April 2-10 for Spring Break.   Make sure to make plans to visit Six Flags Over Georgia this year!









Has your traditions changed throughout the years?

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5 comments

  1. Hi Lou
    This looks like the perfect place for kids to enjoy. I've always loved amusement parks, however my son is not a big fan of Six Flags. He likes Disney much better. As he gets older our traditions are definitely changing. I am clueless as to what 15 year old boys like to do other than video games. This parenting thing is truly a learning experience:-)

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    1. My oldest daughter has been all about her video games too. Parenting sure is a learning experience.

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  2. How fun! I'd choose six flags hand down! I had been there years ago, the last time were in GA.

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  3. OMG that looks so fun! I didn't know Georgia had a Six Flags. I would love to take my family there. #ProductReviewParty

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  4. It looks like you and the girls had a blast. We spent Easter in Maryland this year, we also strayed away from our normal traditions. This summer I plan to take my boys to the Six Flags in Maryland. Its been ages since I have been there. #ProductReviewParty

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