We passed out invites to friends in our neighborhood.
The kids ate like 40 something popsicles.
They danced in the bubbles
And the popped about 250 water balloons,
The a few hours later we have Emma's night owl party.
We invited all the girls in her class, as kinda a get to know you type thing. It was hard to get everyone invited (since we didn't know everyone), but we managed to do it.
When the girls arrived we still had the bounce house set up from the party earlier so I let the girls have fun bouncing while everyone arrived. The girls had a LOT of fun. I let them eat huge bowls of popcorn while we started the movie and then we took a brief intermission to make ice cream sundaes.
BTW, do you like that piece of furniture in the picture? That is not its permanent home but I thought it would work will for the sundae table. I got it at DI and I have plans to totally redo it.
I let the girls go totally wild with the ice cream. They got to put on as many toppings as they wanted. (they went through 3 cans of whip cream.)
From what I have heard all the girls had a really good time.
While Bryce entertained a bunch of little girls, Scott to Alan and Logan for a quick camping trip. From what I hear they also had a lot of fun. The boys loved hanging out by a fire and sleeping in a tent.
Saturday morning was the primary bike parade. The boys were still gone so just Emma was in it. They made their way through the neighborhood and got treat when they were done.
Once Scott and the boys got home we spent the rest of the day running all the errands in the world. That may have been a slight exaggeration, but since it was over 100 degrees out side it sure felt like all the errands in the world. Our last errand of the day was getting on new hermit crabs to make up for giving up our baby kitty.
On Sunday after church Emma and I had a little fun trying on new outfits to the first day of school.
What ever will we choose????