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Sunday, July 24, 2011

Chuck E. Cheese's: Where a Mom can be a Kid



I'll admit, I'm a big kid. I like toys, games, and swings. There was no shortage of fun when I was growing up. With a house full of younger and older cousins, there was always something cool to play with. Still to this day, I like playing with some of Kaden's toys. I'm almost tempted to ask Santa for a new baby doll or dress-up kit during the Christmas season. But who needs a list of toys when there's Chuck E. Cheese's? Not this mom.
A tweet from @ChuckECheese

The other day I took Kaden to Chuck E. Cheese. It was a sort of a treat for being such a courageous boy and wonderful patient after his overnight hospital stay from an allergic reaction to a bee sting. We had planned on visiting to try their new pizza anyway, but this just made the trip even more worth the while.

It was quite empty when we arrived. This meant that I could have the skeeball machines all to myself. I have a slight obsession with this game. I even hate it when parents let their children climb up the alley to place the ball in a high-scoring hole. I can actually get it in there the correct way. I know, I'm a big baby.

It's been awhile since I've played, but I wasted no time getting back into the swing of things.


You can play Skeeball online and win tickets to redeem at Chuck E. Cheese's. Just visit: http://www.chuckecheese.com/chuck-e-games/games/skeeball.php.


Kaden had a (basket)ball. He played most of the games there. Thanks to his efforts and my addiction to Skeeball, we were able to get several prizes.



We also enjoyed their new pizza recipe. I must have ate like four slices. But, who's counting? That's the reason I like going to Chuck E. Cheese's. There aren't too many rules I'm not afraid to break. It's where a mom can be a kid, too!

Disclosure: I received a complimentary guest pass to visit Chuck E. Cheese's. The opinions and views are my own.

 
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