Thursday, August 12, 2010

{Let The Races Begin}

One of the highlights of our trip is the annual 24th of July celebration at the church in Pinevalley. 
My Grandpa Snow plays in the band as part of the program and festivities. How cute is that?
All the kids can't get enough of Aunt Erin.
A little photog in training :-)
And the main reason the kids love it:  Games and Races

Foot races always up first...

All three babies lined up with the 'One Year Olds'.

Ry couldn't wait.  Graham looks like he is going to cut Brynnie off...
But Graham is down and Ry and Brynn are off!
And here comes Graham!

Cracker Jacks all around for everyone.
Trying to get a good shot of these three is impossible.

And most of the cousins and extended family too...

A few more games...

The proud mommies.  My sisters, brother, cousins, and I ran these same races as kids. So fun to be the mom and watch your own kids experience and love it too!


Finn Clan 8:11 AM  

How fun! You guys have done a bunch of fun things this summer, what great memories!

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