Monday, May 29, 2006

Swinging Sisters


Swining Sisters
Originally uploaded by robinstorch.
At the block party following the parade the girls found a fun swing in a neighbor's yard. We HAVE to get one of these! The party included lots of food, face painting, a bouce house slide and train. All of which you can see (sort of) in my Flickr photos!

(Of course Reia was a bit grumpy and refused to get in the train or have her face painted.)

9 comments:

BooMama said...

Where do you get swings like this? I've never seen one. The pictures are adorable - what sweet memories! Glad you met some new mama friends, too. I'm going to look at your Flickr stuff now...Happy Memorial Day!

Robin said...

By the way, Reese is happy in this pic. She was screaming with delight, but it looks like she's crying.

theresa said...

Absolutely adorable, I'll be checking out the Flickr here shortly!

praynlady said...

How cute it that??!!! I will have to find one of these swings for Kaylee and my grandson to swing together! Ebay, here I come! It looks like a fisher price item! They look like they are having a blast. The pictures in the post below are too cute as well. I'm glad you all had a good time. Kaylee says,"Mom can you find me one of those on ebay too?" Ok, maybe not! haha Have a great day today!
Colleen

Kristina P (Live Each Moment) said...

OH how fun. It seems like you had a GREAT weekend!

Like I've been telling everyone we are back from our long week, and I'm finally back to blogging again. Great to see your posts again. Hope you had a great Memorial Day weekend!

Michelle said...

They look so cute! LOve that swing too . .. and parades? They always make me cry, I love them so! Cute cute cute!

Kristina P (Live Each Moment) said...

Robin (in regards to your comment on my site...)
There are tons of fish in the little lake. Anyway, you can feed them bread and stuff. When you do this (the pic on my site) is what it looks like...fight to the death for bread!

Barb said...

One of the BEST things ever about raising my kids in a small town was the parades. We had a parade for everything, including homecoming at the hs for pete's sake. And you knew everyone in the parade because, well, um, you knew everyone in the whole town (population 800). This is what memories are made of, made of. Your kids will never forget these moments. Cute, cute swing. Why didn't they make these things back when I was raising kids, you know, when the dinosaurs roamed.

Michelle- This One's For The Girls said...

What a cute swing! Parade babies are even cuter!!!

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I always love meeting other pastor's wives!