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Wearing Swimzip & Swimming like Sharks at Country Springs Waterpark // Giveaway! February 05 2015 17 Comments
CEOJack celebrates his birthday week in fashion. His school had an in-service day for teachers on Monday February 2nd and he requested that we go to the local Waterpark as a family, the one with the BIG Yellow slide!
Country Springs Waterpark is located in Waukesha, off of I94 in between Delafield and Milwaukee. It has over 45,000 square feet of fun with geysers, slides, a lazy river, an activity pool and lily pad (that Jack was brave enough to master!) It was a perfect setting after experiencing one of their worst snowfalls of our Wisconsin Winter.
First things first, we had to find our swimsuits. Our family does not enter a pool or venture to the beach without staying sun safe in our #swimzip swimwear. My kids are fair skinned and tend to burn easily and I simply try everything to keep them safe from the rays. Of course Country Springs Waterpark is indoors, but we do not own any other suits which means Swimzip is #CEOJack and #VPBailey approved. Soon enough this Mama will get to pick out her own from their NEW women's line!
Jack still fits into his very first pair of Swimzips, his Shark attack trunks which seems fitting given our experience with Shark Tank. Did you know that Swimzip was on Shark Tank too? I am happy to say that the owner Betsy is a friend and they did an amazing job pitching to the Sharks. They have had amazing growth and coming out with more adorable prints! Check it out here.
Finally arriving at the Waterpark with the kids' Nana and Papa, who drove down from Madison for the day, the kids immediately ran to the Big Yellow Slide. I wish I would have counted how many times that they actually went down, it had to be well over 100.
I have to admit, Country Springs Waterpark makes you channel your inner child because Jack and Bailey convinced me and their Nana to go down that slide too! I have pictures and video to prove it :) Here is Nana's FIRST TIME EVER going down a waterslide! The kids must have watched this (with pride) well over 100 times.
After several hours of waterpark fun, delicious pizza from their snack bar and many provided towels, our kids were exhausted. We took it easy on the Lazy River, rode The Big Yellow Slide 100's of times, conquered the Lily Pad crossing and got soaked by the Big Bucket of Water. We experienced all that this amazing facility has to offer and beyond. We enjoyed quality family time with made memories with our kids and we couldn't have kicked off CEOJack's birthday week in a better way!