Family Friendly Road Trip: Wizard World Atlanta Comic Con
3 years, 6 months.
I have learned that there are certain things that are just so much better once a child is introduced to the equation.
Swimming would be a great example. The only times I’ve bothered stepping into a swimming pool in the past 3 and a half years has been because of you.
Having a child has also introduced me to new experiences that I might not have otherwise been exposed to.
When I was invited to attend the Wizard World Atlanta Comic Con, to my surprise, Mommy said she wanted to go too, and of course, we brought you along as well.
Turns out, it was a really good idea to take a 3 and a half year-old little boy who loves Spiderman and Captain America to a place where there would be a lot of people, many of them who were dressed up as Spiderman and Captain America.
So we loaded up the Prius and took the fun drive from Nashville to Atlanta. When you’re in the presence of so many adults dressed in impressive costumes of comic book characters, it’s only natural to want to get your picture made with them.
In fact, I got the feeling that’s part of the culture at Wizard World Comic Atlanta Con: It’s as if there is an unspoken contest going on the whole time in which those who show up in costume are seeing who can get the most “uncostumed” people to ask to get their picture made with him.
And of course, we helped many costumed attendees gain points from us.
In addition to the array of Captain Americas and Spidermen, we also saw many scary looking villains and zombies. The funny thing is, they were some of the friendliest to speak with.
You just went along with it, no matter how scary or creepy; Mommy and I explained to you beforehand that the Wizard World Atlanta Comic Con was kind of like Halloween.
Our road trip proved that Atlanta is a very friendly and fun place to visit, and this was easy evidence of that.
In fact, Mommy suggested that we go to the Wizard World Comic Con when it comes here to Nashville in September.
Only, we wouldn’t be going as spectators… we’d be going as a family dressed up as comic book characters.
I think Halloween might come early this year for us…
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