Sunday, April 22, 2012




A morning spent in Chocolate World with three little ones and their grandpa proved to be so much fun.  Almost as good as Disney World in their minds, especially since they've never been to Disney.





A dream come true...chocolate everywhere!



Waiting in line for the experience of working in a child's version of the chocolate factory assembly line.  Do you think the adults that work in the real factory stand at the front door in such real anticipation, before work each morning?
The more they watched, the more the anticipation was building.



It was with wide eyed wonder, that this little one watched the real chocolate kisses falling out of the machine.  One can almost hear her thinking, "can this really be true?"



Sadly, they had to put their filled containers of kisses back on to the assembly line.  What a disappointment for each of them!  Did the people at the factory really need their chocolate kisses, like the lady said?





A fun way to spend time together, and the best part was that the tour was free.


Thanks so much for stopping by tonight.
Hope you had some enjoyable moments this weekend and maybe a few pieces of chocolate to carry you through it:)


 

6 comments:

Love Being A Nonny said...

Precious memories! I see you bought a little!:)

LDH said...

How 'Sweet' are those little ones in a world of chocolate. I am sure you smothered them in real kisses!

Yea, that Big chocolate capital really needed those few extra kisses back...

Judy ~ My Front Porch said...

What a fun place to take the kids...of all ages! And yes...I had a wee chocolate treat at my dinner plate last night.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I remember visiting the Hershey Chocolate Factory with my own children when they were young, Judy. It was the highlight of our vacation!

lindsey said...

I think I would find that visit pretty exciting and I know some little people who would love it too!

Sonja said...

I'm so glad to catch up on your blog today and see all the happy little faces. And having come straight from #7 baby girl, the pink and white polka dots made me feel right at home!! :)

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