Georgia Aquarium Deal-Me and Mommy Ticket Offer Till April 2nd 2015

Me and Mommy Ticket Offer


Receive discounted admission for one adult and up to four children!
January 5 – April 2, 2015
Monday – Thursday

Georgia Aquarium’s Me and Mommy ticket offer is back – and this deal includes dads, grandparents and caregivers as well. For only $39.95 plus tax, you’ll receive an adult Total Ticket and up to 4 children’s Total Tickets (ages 5 and under)!

The Total Ticket includes admission to the aquarium, AT&T Dolphin Tales show and Deepo’s Undersea 3D Wondershow.

This offer is only valid Monday – Thursday and can be purchased online or at the door.




Adventure Landing Coupon! Blanding Boulevard Jacksonville, FL

Looking for a Coupon to Adventure Landing on Blanding Boulevard?

Adventure Landing is The Place to Play! We have something for everyone, from kids to adults so the whole family can enjoy all of the excitement that Adventure Landing has to offer.

Family Fun Blanding Boulevard Jacksonville FL

Adventure Landing is pay-as-you-play, so you can enjoy one or all of our attractions! Practice your putting skills on our Miniature Golf Courses, race your friends on the Go-Karts, take aim in Laser Tag, or perfect your gaming skills and win prizes in our Mega Arcade. Adventure Landing is affordable family fun…so close to home!

ZombieMommy is going to be heading over there soon, so stay tuned to see my review!

Check out this Coupon shared with me from US Family Bloggers:

Click on the Coupon to get more details. They have even more awesome coupons on their website:

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Medieval Times Atlanta October Specials- It’s Halloween Time!

Sharing some information from Medieval Times that just came in today! We went earlier this year and had a blast.

Medieval Times October Specials


Halloween Boo Bash

His Majesty the King would like to invite all of the young Loyal Royals of the realm to a special kid-friendly Halloween tournament!

Join us at the castle on Sunday, October 26, 2014 for a royally-fun Boo Bash at Medieval Times, Atlanta!

The activities will begin at 3:00PM.
3:00PM until 4:00PM – Coloring and activiy sheets for kids 12 & under in the Hall of Arms
3:30PM until 4:00PM – Halloween costume contest for kids 12 & under in the Hall of Arms

The show will begin at 5:00PM. After the show, kids can trick-or-treat from the King, Princess, and Knights in the grand Hall of Arms.

Admission is required to participate in these fun events. Tickets are just $31*. Visit for more information. Share this event on Facebook!
*Restrictions may apply. Visit our website for more details.


Halloween Spook-Tacular

Friday October 31, 2014

Join the Royal Court at the castle on Halloween for an evening of Spook-Tacular Halloween festivities! All Seats for this special show are just $31*!

Dance the night away in the hall of arms until 11:30 P.M.
Kids can take trick-or-treat from the King, Princess, and Knights in the Hall of Arms after the show.
Post-show Halloween Costume contest for all ages! Age groups are:
-12 & under
-13 to 17
-21 and over

Visit for more information.

Feast Fall Specials Medieval Times Atlanta



Feast & Fun in the Fall

Now through November 16, 2014, Adult tickets are just $35.95* and Kids (12 & under) are just $29.95*. Admission includes a four-course medieval feast and the famous two-hour live tournament featuring magnificent pure Spanish horses and authentic sword fights and jousting. Mention or enter code 3529FATL to receive this special discount. Visit for more information.
*Restrictions may apply. Visit the website for more details.


Kidecals-Labels for Kids

The Kidecals company contacted me recently to see if I would be interested in reviewing their product,  labels for kids, that are “delightfully versatile, crazy durable”.

I said sure. I wasn’t too sure how many uses I could come up with for some waterproof labels.

And then I saw their website! Now I had some ideas!

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Ordering from the site was fun.

I have ordered labels before for the kids and sometimes they can be too generic or baby-ish. But this company, Kidecals has a great selection of labels.

I am somewhat of an artist, so I tend to order the more “hipster” style mom stuff. They actually break out their styles:

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I hit the Retro category first and I ordered these. Waterproof, colorful, relaxed camper style (also reminds me the Japanese flag). Looks cool and is good for boys and girls and adults stuff. I went with the Mega Set,  I wanted a nice mix of different sizes for various applications.

These actually might make a nice gift for someone who has everything!

Canoe Labels by Kidecal

The labels came really fast.

And then I started labeling…

And labeling.

And labeling.

Here are all the uses so far:

  • Kids book cart for school
  • 3 bookbags
  • 4 water bottles
  • My cd player I use at the co-op
  • My binders
  • The kids binders
  • My Ipad case
  • My Thirty-One bag
  • My clipboard

I still have some left, every few days, I find something else that could use a label.

Because as a family of 5 we do leave stuff behind sometimes;) And it’s nice when things find their way home right?

Thanks for reading!

Check out Kidecals here:



Note this review is for a product I received for free strictly for review purposes only. All opinions are 100% ZombieMommySaves

Wild Adventures Theme Park Coupon

Wild Adventures in Valdosta, GA is a Theme Park, Water Park and Animal Park – all in one.

They sent me an awesome coupon to share with my readers! Once I end up going, I promise to share a review with ya’ll.

Enjoy thrilling rides and roller coasters for all ages, hundreds of exotic animals, shows and all-star concerts each season. Take a break from your daily routine and give your family a much-needed affordable Georgia vacation at Wild Adventures. 

My Readers Save $10 Off Admission to Wild Adventures Theme Park with this Coupon!







I am part of the US Family Guide of Bloggers and was asked to share this with you guys. As part of this promotion they will be giving my family pass to check out their park in Valdosta at a later date.

As always I will only express my opinion of their product.

Legoland Discovery Center Atlanta at Phipps

My homeschool group went a couple of weeks ago to Phipps Mall to checkout the new Discovery Land.

Legoland Discovery Atlanta Coupon



The kids had a blast! Seriously, it was like a theme park. So much fun had by all. They were crying at the end of the day when I said it was time to go! Like a flashback, it came back to Zombiemommy in her Florida childhood those times when were leaving the docks of the Magic Kingdom and in the darkness  under the blaring fluorescents those kids were pitching fits because it was time to go home…Totally made sense to me now.

First off because we were a larger group we got a special presentation by a Lego Team Leader. We divided into groups and every table put together a vehicle to be tested in a race.

They had 2 real rides. A pedaling ride (Merlin’s Apprentice) that was like an amusement park ride that went up and down as high as you could pedal (or not if you were afraid). Luckily, we had gone early on a Monday so it wasn’t so busy that the kids couldn’t ride it over and over again! The other big ride was “Save The Princess”, you were in a car and armed with a laser gun which you could shoot at targets. It was like an old school fairway game meets “It’s A Small World”.

Legoland Discovery Center Atlanta

The other cool feature was the 4-D movies. There were 3 or 4 different choice that ran every 15 minutes. We caught every one!


For the younger folks there is a Soft Play Area (not open to adults). Which is like an exaggerated indoor’s kids park. My toddler loved that one!

For the girls, there is a girl Lego area, which has a Karaoke microphone setup. It was cute and of course the girls were drawn to it.

Oh yeah, Legos.

LegoLand Discovery Center Build

There were buckets of Lego in the center of the park with ramps to test your vehicles.

The kids seriously had a blast and I was shocked by how busy you could stay here. My friends killed the entire day to get the value for their dollar! From opening to close. They had Sinatra playing to kick them out (kidding).

The price is a bit steep considering its size but I found that you can really enjoy yourself if you can stay for a while.

HOW TO SAVE MONEY at Legoland Discovery Center

1) Use a Coupon! Go here to get a $5 coupon

2) Look for Atlanta Deal Specials (Groupon, HalfOff Depot,SweetJack)

3)  Go in the afternoon, according to their online website there is a special $12.50 after 4pm.

Disclaimer: I was given entry into Legoland Discovery Center because I am part of the US Family of Bloggers. But all opinions are 100% Zombiemommy




Junior Knight Training At Medieval Times-Spring Break Special (Atlanta/Lawrenceville)

Now is the time to visit Medieval Times, this Spring Break they are having Junior Knight Training! If they want you to wear closed toe shoes, you  know it’s got to be fun.  Medieval Times is located in Lawrenceville, GA and lets just say, I have been wanting to go!

Spring Break 2014 tickets right now are cheaper and include the extra event of Junior Knight Training. Medieval Times coupon code is below.

Knight Training Medieval Times

WHAT: This Spring Break, bring your kids to train to become Knights of the Realm at Medieval Times. Children will enjoy watching an exclusive weapons demonstration by our Knights and the Weapons Master. They will learn about the grueling training it takes to become a Knight. Upon completion of their training, your children will be knighted by His Majesty King Carlos in a group knighting ceremony.

WHEN: This special knight training class is only available for certain show times:

                March 24th and 31st: Doors open at 4:15PM with training at 5:00PM

                March 25th: Doors open at 5:30PM with training at 6:30PM

                April 7th thru 10th: Doors open at 5:30PM with training at 6:30PM

HOW: Children must be between the ages of 5 and 12 to participate. Space is limited and training is available on a first-come, first-served basis for the first 100 kids. Training is open to both boys and girls. Closed-toe shoes are required to participate. All Seats for these shows are just $29.95 with code SBGR. Book online at or over the phone by calling 1-888-WE-JOUST.

Medieval Times
5900 Sugarloaf Pkwy
Lawrenceville, Georgia 30043

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Legoland Coupons Atlanta! Legoland Discovery Center Atlanta


Family fun Legoland Discovery Center Atlanta

With over 2 million LEGO bricks under one roof, LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta is a LEGO lover’s dream! Come share our world of color, creativity and family entertainment. Come ride Merlin’s Apprentice and Kingdom Quest! Don’t forget to check out local Atlanta landmarks in our MINILAND and learn new building tricks in our Model Builder Academy. Let the kids run free in our Soft Play area, and don’t forget to check out one of our four 4D movies! It’s the ultimate place for LEGO fans ‘” young and old!

Click here to print your:  $5 off General Admission OR $50 OFF Birthday Party

Note, this is a PRINT ONLY COUPON, no online validations.
Legoland Discovery Atlanta Coupon

This coupon entitles the bearer to $5 off one (1) walk-up full price admission ticket. Not valid with any other discounts, coupons or offers, and cannot be used with online or prebooked tickets. Only one coupon per transaction. Printed coupon must be surrendered upon purchase. No cash value. LEGO, LEGOLAND and The LEGO logo are trademarks of The LEGO Group, 2014 The LEGO Group. (Code:1040)

This coupon entitles the bearer to fifty (50) dollars off the minimum cost of a birthday party of $350. Not valid with any other discounts, duplicate coupons and offers. Cannot be used with online or pre-booked tickets. Coupon must be surrendered at the time of purchase. No cash value. Not redeemable for cash or credit. Coupon cannot be redeemed online. (Code: 4007)

Expires 12/2014


Disclosure: This post was received since I am part of the US Family of Bloggers.

AMF Bowling Woodstock Lanes

It was my son’s birthday that week. We wanted to do something special and as a family. Family outings are important. If you can get along as a family you can get along in the world, I say.
We chose bowling! Loaded up the kids (all 4 of them) and headed over to AMF Bowling Lanes in Woodstock.

Family Fun Bowling Woodstock
We arrived at a great time, it was in between the morning and afternoon leagues play.

First off this place is enormous! 40 lanes in all.


The manager talked us through the first part, getting shoes for everyone. She was very patient as everyone needed to exchange a couple of times until they found a pair that fit. Everyone decided to get picky that day. Part two was rounding up our balls. Remember the prank phone joke as a kid, calling up the bowling alley? Hey do you have any…


And then we headed towards our lane. Five balls in the queue and we were almost ready to bowl.

The manager asked if we needed the Bowling Assister. Basically it’s like a ladder/walker looking contraption that allows the kids to get some speed on the ball before it heads down the aisle. You put the ball at the top of the roller coaster looking thing and it rolls down faster down the lane.


Because guess what happens if you don’t get enough speed.

It stops.

And guess who gets to come over and push it down the lane because the space beyond the service line is sacred ground and you can’t go there?

If you guessed manager, than I say, you’re paying attention.

Anywhoo, she then pulled up the bumpers for us. This is so the ball wouldn’t go in the gutter, every single time.

Talk about making it easy for the family to go bowling!

Finally she even helped us get our computer set up with our names. Boy this is too easy.

And we got started.

And we ordered food. Did I tell you have the snack bar that actually is pretty good? The pizza did not taste like a ninety nine center from Totinos. The cheese sticks were average. And for dessert we had little fried doughnuts with cinnamon sugar on them and icing for dipping. Sugar and pizza, how can you go wrong?

Menu AMF Woodstock

After about an hour we finally finished our game. At one point, I realized my oldest had taken off his socks and was wearing his bowling shoes sockless. I tried not to gag (too much Monk lately). And explained why that was not a good idea. I don’t think 8 year old boys really care, even if you explain the germ factor.

Everyone had a blast and we really appreciated the family atmosphere at AMF Woodstock Lanes.

We returned our shoes and went home. And they begged to come back again soon.
Don’t worry we will!



Disclaimer: I am a US Family Guide Blogger and received a free AMF bowling certificate for my family as part of their Kids Bowl Free Summer Promotion.  All reviews are 100% ZombieMommy.



Review of Lice Removal Specialists East Cobb -The Last Strand

Note for all you moms who personally know me, I wrote this 4 weeks ago, so don’t freak out. :)

Four weeks ago, so stop scratching already...

Four weeks ago, I said! So stop scratching already…

So yes, we had it. Well I thought we had it.

And then we didn’t have it.

And then we got it.

Lice in East Cobb.

Yes, oh yes. It freaks you out. I couldn’t handle it really. It’s not as if I had time on my schedule for this. I am a busy mom. And I realized it was going around. A young person had been in my home who had it and took a nap on my bed. So yes, I probably had it. Of course the moment I heard about it, my subconscious started tickling my scalp. I was obsessed. I was sure I had it.

So I got my head checked at Lice Removal Specialists, The Last Strand (they are trained in the Shepherd Institute for Lice Treatment method).

It took close to an hour. She went piece by piece through my hair.

RELIEF, I didn’t have it.  Checked my daughter, RELIEF, she didn’t have it.

So I went home. Kept itching, sure I had it. No, I didn’t. Had my sister check me. No, I didn’t.  Talked with a friend, her kids had gotten it the month before and she was convinced she had it, but she never did. Maybe it’s maternal? Maybe it’s psychological? Either way I was obsessed.

And then it started swirling, it seemed to go from family to family. (Note I am itching while writing this, even though currently, I don’t have it…Are you itching yet?)

Freakishly I started getting dandruff and keep thinking I have it. I even buy chemically laden box from the drugstore to treat. And then I read the directions.

I started crying.

Oh my goodness. I don’t have time for this (apply lotion, do full comb through, wash hair, apply gel, do full comb through again, use bobby pins to separate hair, longer hair needs several boxes, then additional boxes for required follow up treatment in 5-7 days…like I said, I started crying, “I don’t have time for this”).

So I get rechecked from the Lice Specialists East Cobb, The Last Strand.


Don’t have it, nope, just good ol American dandruff.

Two weeks go by. Other people around my circle are getting it and getting treated.

And then we were at church. And well, it was going around our little circle of friends who kids play together. My friend looked at my daughter with her hair loose at church, “why doesn’t she have a ponytail in hair, since it’s going around?”.

And then a week later  I realize my daughter finally got it.

Of course, she never scratches.

Just me.

We nailed down the timeline. We were with friends.

So we get her treated.

It takes several hours with The Last Strand. Karen moved piece by piece through her hair examining every strand. She found a couple nits and 4 nymphs. She combs her out.

She gives my easy to follow homework (much better than the lying internet;), I follow through.

After the 3rd day, she is clear.

But considering how easy it is to catch, she will be going to church and public spaces with ponytails in her hair and will be getting checked by mommy frequently until this storm passes.

Because, who has time for lice?

I don’t and that is why I am glad there is alternative.

And who wants all those drugstore chemicals which only have a 20-30% effective rate?

No thanks, I will take 90-95% success rate of a manual comb-out. And a comb out by an expert thank you.

Because honestly everything looks like lice to me. Especially dirt, fuzz and dry skin.

Are you itching yet?

Call a professional or a experienced mom if you suspect your little one has lice. Or see a professional lice remover.

Churches, gyms and schools. Anywhere there are kids. There is probably lice. It’s non discriminatory, it’s strikes all socio economic backgrounds. So don’t think because you buy your kids organic non PCB’s  shampoo from a salon you are immune. It’s worth checking especially if your school has sent home a note about it.

Because no one wants to be Typhoid Mary or Lice Plague Paula.

Search for local lice removal experts online or if you are in Marietta/East Cobb, try The Last Strand at  404-513-6903




Note I received some services at a reduced rate. However all opinions are 100% ZombieMommy.