Friday, July 31, 2009

Beach time...4th of July....

We decided to enjoy our 4th of July by going to the Beach! Though it's not like California beaches but we still had a blast! Here is a picture of our "Sandman" Emma was so excited to make him, she kept going around to find the perfect eyes...but mommy had to have a say in it and insisted that the 2 eyes match in size and color! lol
Bryce Harley and Emma had fun attempting to make sand castles...it was so hot out that the sand was to dry to do anything. It took Donnie and Emma about 15 trips from the water to where we were dumping buckets of water in our little ditch.

Ahhh, the Meldrum feet!


Daddy and Emma playing together



"Mommy, it's so cold!!!" It may be hot out but the water was freezing!


Emma is trying really hard not to trip on the rocks in the water. She didn't want to lose the water in her bucket! She is so cute but determined!


"CHEESE" I love this picture of our sweet little girl!


MMMMMMMMmmmmmm, yummy food! Emma and Bryce love picnics so I decided that we would do a fun one at the beach. Here is our spread!




Ok....so maybe Emma didn't really like the spread after all! (note...look at Emma's face!)

Minus one child unhappy with the food choices we truly enjoyed our 4th of July...We love spending time as a family and having fun. And what could make a day end better then an awesome display of fireworks!

7 comments:

Travis/Rose Johnson said...

looks like a great memory!! :)

Debbie Murdock said...

I could be mistaken but that looks a lot like Dashpoint. It's fun doing things as a family.

Stephanie said...

How fun! I love the idea of sand snowmen. And your picnic looks great. Very nice way to spend the fourth.

Jeremy and Immer said...

I like you pics, your kids look so cute and happy playing in the sand.

Beverly said...

Great face Emma!

Mama_Monkey said...

Nice face, Emma! LOL!! What are the spiral things? Looks cool. You all sure had fun though.

Donnie and Christina said...

They are cheap sippie cups from the dollar store! hahaha