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What a party!

I usually don't share a lot of family pictures on my blog but here are a few from Sunday, July 4th.

We had the water slide set up for the kids and my hubby and I filled up a laundry basket full of water balloons. We had the New Castle party keg, home made sangria, lots of food and ice cream.
Here are some of the highlights.





My husband and a family friend enjoying New Castle.


My daughter enjoying a drink.


The biggest kid at the party...wait, that's my hubby. On a side note, he came up to me yesterday to complain the slide had a hole in it.... Hmmmm.... wonder how that could happen?




Here are the kids lined up for a picture.....
Surprise! The adults have water balloons!




The kids rally and get their hands on the water balloons. Funny, all the adults were on the deck and when I told the kids that the deck couldn't get wet they had fun throwing them at each other instead of at us. (Of course the deck got wet when it rained earlier, but they weren't thinking to clearly. They wanted to make sure they got their hands on the balloons before they were gone.)

Thank you to my brother for taking all these pictures (and tons more) and sharing them so quickly.



I hope you all had a wonderful Independence Day. Happy Birthday America!

Comments

BonnieRose said…
great pics, looks like so much fun!
What great stories and photos from your July 4th party--you'll have to scrap these memories for sure!
Fun pictures!!! My hubby is the biggest kid at parties like this too! I'm posting a picture of him tomorrow from the 4th also !!!
Glad you had fun :)
Maria
Kimberly S said…
What fun! Looks like a great time was had by all Cheryl! :)
oh how fun!!! too funny - but sad - about the "biggest kid at the party" putting a hole in the pool!!! sheesh!!!

super pictures! thanks for sharing.
Karin said…
Looks like a fun time was had by all :)
Marlene said…
Looks like fun!
Joanne Gilch said…
What a fun time. thank you for sharing. Now we know what the "biker" looks like!!!!oooops, did I say that?
Melissa said…
oh man--so fun!
Shelly Schmidt said…
Looks like you had a fantastic day and so did the kids (big and little alike!). The water slide looks like a blast- I prob would have slid down it too....! You are so funny- the deck cannot get wet! LOL
Lori said…
These are great photos! Thanks for letting us take a peek into your life : )
Love and hugs ~
Lori
Pat (mspfd) said…
Fabulous fun pictures. Looks like everyone really enjoyed themselves, esp. your hubby!
1CardCreator said…
What a fun day, lovely pictures of your sweet family and friends. Thanks for sharing. ~Diane
Annika said…
It looks so much fun!!! Next time invite me, OK!! And stock up on extra ice cream, lol.
Hugs
Annika
Jennifer said…
Oh wow...what fun you had! xx Jenny xx

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