Our day began at the church for our annual Independence Day Breakfast.
|2/3 Marchant kids participated in the bike parade. McKay chose to sit it out, because McKay is just like that sometimes.|
|Ty zipped around the parking lot on his scooter|
|And Annie scooted herself around on the plasmacar.|
After the breakfast, we attempted our annual "Kids By the Flag in the Front Yard" photo shoot. Problem is, Annie is in a major anti-get her picture taken-stage, and was NOT having it. Here's the progression:
After our failed photo shoot, I let Annie see the phone and take a picture of herself. That elicited a wee grin out of her.
And then she started waving at herself and saying, "Hi, Mom! Hi, Annie!" She's really cute when she wants to be!
The whole crew:
|July 4, 2014|
I spent the better part of the afternoon hanging cabinet doors and installing new hardware on my kitchen cupboards. Then we had the Elders and some new friends from our ward over for a barbecue and homemade cotton candy. That's one of our favorite Fourth traditions--cotton candy. It's always a hit. We were able to view our first fireworks show in THREE YEARS later that night. Because it's been so dry the last few years, Parker has had a fire/firework ban. It was so fun to lay out on a blanket with my favorite people and watch fireworks again! I really love the Fourth of July--it's one of my faves for sure!