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Old Friends, Parties, and Fireworks

WHAT a busy weekend...Great, but busy.

Friday night, I got to hang out with some old friends. Old friends who didn't know each other, but that I knew seperately and they finally got to meet!

Reagen, Nikki and Myself


Nikki and myself


I have no pictures of this, bad mommy!! But on Saturday, we went to a block party at my parents. We let the kids stay up as late as they wanted and eat anything they wanted. They made their meal out of cookies, cake, and fruit. Needless to say, they slept in on Sunday.

My company had a Fourth of July celebration on Sunday evening. We went to their airline hangar and got to watch old WWII planes fly around and they even got to tour inside of one! Free food and drinks, planes, and fireworks? I am down. I thought Avery wouldn't do so well all night with the heat and the loud, so she went to stay with Gigi and Pops. I really had to twist their arms. Right. The event was next to Kaboom town so we went there first.

Kids playing in the fountains

Jason and the kids in front of one of the planes


The company also got this massive bounce house for the kids. They literally played on that thing for hours. Their feet were BLACK by the time they were done.
They had stars out on the tables as decor, so Sophia had some fun...






Fireworks always bring tears to my eyes. I just love the Fourth.






I hope everyone had a great Fourth of July! This might be my new favorite family picture.



Comments

*Ross and Katy* said…
Can I be one of your kids and have cake for dinner? I'm trying to tell myself that since I'll only be pregnant once I should live it up...so maybe I'll have cake tonight for dinner :)

And that family picture with everybody in their red/white/blue flag shirts is adorable! You should put that in one of the frames you've redone :)

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