Last weekend, I was invited out to Six Flags to learn about Wet Ones. I was very excited because it’s been a very long time since I’ve been to Six Flags and rode anything. We went all together as a family because we were heading out on vacation right after our day at the park. It was a hot sticky day. One of the most humid so far this summer. But we had a great group of Georgia Social Media folks with their little ones there too.
We rode around the the train, which is one of the original rides from it’s opening in 1967. My girls loved riding around the park. It was their favorite thing that day. I even got some super snuggles from my tired girl. You can’t beat those.
My husband had fun with our daughter in our pink Batgirl capes. All the heat got us hot and sweaty so we were ready to hit the AC rooms for lunch.
Sweaty days mean icky fingers. Not to mention all the railings you have to touch. It’s a germ fest. With restrooms located in designated areas and not in the restaurants you have to find something to get your hand clean before you eat. Wet Ones saved the day before we ate. They kill 99.99% of germs and they left my hands feeling super soft instead of clammy. I was surprised by how much we needed our Wet Ones after we got them. I was constantly cleaning the baby’s pacifier and zippy cups after she threw them on the dirty ground.
I love the travel wipes and singles that we received because I can throw them into the diaper bag or the car and they don’t take up a lot of space. Plus my kids are the messiest eaters on the planet. I think their car seats need a serious deep cleaning. We had a great time though learning about Wet Ones and some of the great history of Six Flags over Georgia. Which is one of the best theme parks in the country (in my opinion). There are twice (if not three times) as many roller coasters and other fun rides than other parks.