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Day Full O Fun

I took the girls to a splash park today for the first time ever! They were a little chawed at first. They loved it and I loved watching them. I sat in a shady area and the girls seemed sooo happy to play in the water. It was a win win situation.




E and SK have been in a little dance camp for the past two weeks. They have LOVED every second of it!





Sarah Kate's friend, Neely, was also in the class.

Along with Ella Kate. I loved visiting with their moms during class!!!!
The sad part: When I have asked the girls what they liked the most about dance? The response: "Sitting on the stuffed animals."
The teacher would have them sit on BIG stuffed animals while they waited their turn for one on one instruction.
We could have done that at home for free.

Comments

Kimberley said…
we almost went to the splash park today too! but the day got away from us. your little girls look precious in their leotard.
Erica said…
Your girls are SO precious and this Northern girl always loves when your Southern words come out! ;)
Unknown said…
It looks like SK and Emily had a fun time at the splash park, I really wish that we had a splash park here in Macon (Ga). The temperature has been in the 100s, which makes it almost impossible to get out during the middle of the day, but this would be such a wonderful way to escape from the heat...and I think I would enjoy getting out there as well, lol!

-Kelly F.
Melissa said…
i want to play in the splash park...LOL

dance camp...how fun!!!
Anonymous said…
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The splash park looks fun. We have a couple in Lufkin...I thought of you the other day when I noticed Kelly's new background/blog theme includes BIRDS!!!!! lol
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