The Great Adventure
I think we accomplished both.
We opted to hit one more coaster on the way out to eat lunch. And off she went with Dad to the Georgia Cyclone. No fear at all in her eyes. There was no line so they got right on. And when they got off, Mark commented about how jerky that one was. Zoe said it was "Okay." Mark seemed to think she got a little apprehensive after the first big drop.
Unfortunately, that was the last roller coaster we hit. We traveled to the Looney Tunes area after lunch and then hit a few other things before they closed for the day. I think Zoe would have done the Mind Bender but we just didn't have time. She has seen it and Goliath from the interstate for the past seven years and has wanted to ride them. She wasn't quite tall enough for Goliath (and Mark has to build up his courage for that one...it's tall and goes throughout the whole park and even outside the park). And she couldn't do any of the stand up rides (she didn't even want to try the Batman ride). I was so proud of her and Ace being willing to try the different rides. They are so much more courageous than I was at their age!
I snuck on to a couple of rides with the kids too!