I’m just getting around to posting my Fourth of July pics.
can you believe that we couldn’t find the girls flag-handprint t-shirts? turns out that we left them at church.
I think this is dragonfly’s favorite celebration of the year
the day was enjoyed by the little kids and big kids – glow in the dark silly string
the cups turned hand protectors were one of the best creations that I’ve made from pinterest
all the kids enjoyed simple activities
uma was happy to be with the family but didn’t care for the fireworks. sparkles and sweetie dressed her up for the celebrations.
sparkles couldn’t resist the sweet treats
my crafty aunt joined us with hands filled with her crafty creations
the pics above were taken by my talented sis. shared with permission, I think.
my sis and I tried to keep the menu clean – gluten-free, processed food free, and plenty of yummy meat. ignore the candy.
the sparklers weren’t what they used to be. the kids couldn’t even spell their names in the air. good thing they didn’t seem to mind.
more simple fun
dad taking the
kids dog for a walk
creating patriotic sidewalk art has become sparkles’ 4th of July tradition
May God Bless the RED*WHITE*BLUE!
Our Lady of Guadalupe ~ Ora pro nobis
poster made by sparkles for her RMGS retreat