Monday, September 7, 2009

The weekend was filled with Birthday Parties

Saturday we had a Birthday Party for one of our Homeschool Group
girls. It was a beautiful day filled with good friends, and good food.

E. and her Dad.
Singing "Happy Birthday" to L. It was at a local swim club.
Princess had a blast swimming and playing with everyone.
Miss L. takes the kids on a nature walk....
Miss R. and her girls, C, and E playing horseshoes. Princess hydrating...



We arrived late, stayed late, and L and Princess had a blast
being two of the last kids in the pool.

Sunday found us swimming again at M's 6th Birthday party.A & E and their kids, M and J...E, always cooking....Monday was spent quietly at home, just the three of us, but Tuesday found

Princess and I visiting the "House of the Rat", lol to celebrate the birthdays

of two more girls from our Homeschool Group. Bella and Julie.I have to say, we had a lot of fun. The kids were able to go off and play and the Moms,

and B & J's Dad, got to have nice adult conversation. We even did a little planning

for the new "school" year.

Happy, Happy Birthday Everyone!!! We had so much fun partying with you all!

Have I mentioned lately what a nice group we have in our homeschool group?

Truly sanity saving for me!

7 comments:

Wendy Hawksley said...

Isn't it great how swimming pools seem practically abandoned once the school year begins?

Wow - alot of birthday parties! It is great to see such an active and close-knit homeschooling group.

So glad to hear from you and to know that it was a fun week.

sarah haliwell said...

you are lucky to have such a great group with so many children! What a fun weekend.

Cher Mere said...

Looks wonderful!

Toni said...

what fun I love birthdays they are so fun. Of course any reason for cake is a good one for me:-)

we love Chuck E Cheese too, we have a nice one here we slip to now and then during the wweek its nice, no one else is there.

Love the Demi Lovato song my girls like her, and the Jonas Brothers to:-)

8)(8 said...

So cute. It looks like a lot of fun, especially having that large pool to themselves.

8)(8 said...

So cute. It looks like a lot of fun, especially having that large pool to themselves.

Chawksgirl4ever said...

wow that looks like so much fun.the roses are so beautiful

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