A Nautical California LEGO Wish

CARLSBAD, Calif. (September 2019): Kamorin Willis loves the ocean and LEGOs, and always wanted to visit LEGOLAND California and stay at its hotel. He suffers from epilepsy and the medication he takes causes drastic side-effects that he battles on a daily basis. Kids Wish Network, a children’s charity that grants wishes for kids with life-threatening illnesses, made his dream come true, flying his family to Carlsbad for a creative experience at the LEGOLAND California Resort.

Kamorin had a blast at LEGOLAND and even spent some time at the beach before his theme park adventure. His favorite experience was the LEGO CITY: Deep Sea Adventure Submarine Ride that took him on a tour of a massive aquarium filled with a variety of marine life and LEGO models. After their exciting adventures provided by Merlin’s Magic Wand, the family had a scrumptious dinner at BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse. Kids Wish Network booked his family a pirate themed room at the LEGOLAND California Hotel, and he also loved the resort’s swimming pool and game room. One of his favorite parts of the hotel was the disco elevators. “The hotel was amazing, and his wish was something that he’ll never forget,” said Kamorin’s mom Kiri.

“Kamorin’s creative wish trip was a special time of family togetherness that they’ll always treasure,” said Kids Wish Network Executive Director Tam Lai.  

Kids Wish Network is a national charitable organization dedicated to infusing hope, creating happy memories, and improving the quality of life for children with life-threatening conditions and struggling with life-altering situations. KWN provides for trip expenses, meals, accommodations and additional spending monies to all wish families whenever traveling as applicable. Visit www.kidswishnetwork.org to learn about our different programs, and refer a child now.

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