Katie turned out to be much more adventurous than we had anticipated, although she is still not a fan of the dark rides (they are really loud and she is very sensitive to noise). She rode all the scariest rides Legoland had to offer, and Isaiah rode most all of them as well. We were really impressed with how tailored the park is to young families. It was clean and fun, with no pushy, vulgar behavior because there really wasn't anything to cater to anyone over the age of 12.
Some things that made our time at Legoland so much better:
The sling. Lily usually rides in a hip carry, but here she had fallen asleep and I slid her down across my front to be a bit more comfy. It is so nice to be able to hold her without killing my arms (she likes to be held a lot).
We didn't get pictures of some of our favorite rides, but here are pictures of lots of the things we enjoyed.
If you go to Legoland, make sure you check out the water park. We didn't spend much time there because it was cold and we were more interested in other things, but if you do go, remember your towels! We didn't and were glad that there was a "family dryer." It did a pretty good job and was pretty warm, but towels would have been nicer!