We had a lot of fun celebrating Father’s Day with our family.
Since the weather was so perfect, we decided to spend the day outdoors and in lieu of an elaborate dinner, we kept things super simple by grilling out!
While we were waiting for my parents and my nephews to arrive, Reagan decided she needed to accessorize her pool look with my flip flops…… my shoes are her latest obsession. She LOVES to wear them and she is actually able to walk in them….very well I might add.
If the flip flops were not enough, she needed to add her sister’s princess helmet to complete her look. Seriously, Reagan would not take this helmet off….she was so sweaty yet she would not let us remove it from her head. She has been wearing it for the last three days. I am not kidding…. I walked in the door from work yesterday and she was running around the house with it on her head……LOL! If it is within her sight, she wants to wear it. I wish I would have had my camera…actually, I wished I would have had it on video. She gets so very proud when she gets it on her head and buckled under her chin.
My parents arrived and Coachie scored major bonus points by sporting the tshirt we brought him all the way from China. His shirt says “GRANDFATHER” in Mandarin. So very appropriate for Father’s Day and I felt the need to get a picture of my Dad with Reagan:)
After donning the flip flops and helmet, she decided to try to take the big wheel for a spin. There is something that we are quickly learning about Reagan…… when she gets her mind set on something, she does not give up until she does it……AND DO NOT TRY TO HELP THE GIRL OUT….. she will throw a fit…..
SHE WANTS TO DO IT ALL BY HERSELF!
Dinner seemed like a blur….and before long “The Kids” were back at it again…..but notice there are a few “Big Kids” in the next few sets of photos:)
Things got a little more than wild and everything and everyone WAS COMPLETELY SOAKED. Take a look at who was in control of the hose. He looks so innocent back there with that big smile on his face, but don’t let that fool you. He was the instigator and had the four little ones screaming at the top of their lungs…..they LOVED it but as always, we had a few moments where someone was in tears. Can you guess who it was in this picture?
Eventually, we put an end to the hose and the water balloons.
The deck was getting super slippery and we were afraid that someone was going to get hurt.
Besides, the littlest one was starting to get tired.
Don’t ya just love that picture of her with Pat and Sarah?
Such a tender moment between Daddy and his two girls.
The faces and expressions captured in these photos are priceless to me….and I hope that one day the kids will look back at these pictures and relive all the fun that was had on this Father’s Day. With each year that passes, their Dad/Uncle and Grandfather get older, but they will always remain young at heart!