I hope that you all had a great 4th of July. We enjoyed our youngest daughter and her family spending the day with us.
Good old fashion hamburgers and hot dogs went on the grill and then we fried potatoes! You just beat good old french fries!
My daughter made this cute dessert.
And she was dressed very patriotic as well as her two kiddos.
Oh I could just eat these girls up!
I didn't decorate too much at all for the 4th but did manage to do a little patriotic tablescape.
This child is the sweetest ever. We call her our Joy baby and a joy she is.
And don't ya just love my patriotic shoes?
We celebrated my middle daughter's birthday too. (Melissa) We had a low country boil and made homemade ice cream. YUM! Water fun, blowing bubbles, eating peaches off the tree, fishing and lots of talking. My bunch does that well....TALK!
Being a mom of three daughters has been a trip and a half. There was never a dull moment with them growing up and since they are grown there has nothing changed about that.
They keep me busy. Sometimes busier than I want to be. Ha! But the truth is....I wouldn't have it any other way. Sisters do indeed make the best friends as all three of my girls are very close. I've always heard that a daughter (s) would one day become a mom's best friend. I doubted that theory several times especially when they were teenagers. And...for some this theory is not true. But, for us...Oh yes! I will always have a best friend as long as I have my girls. So, here's to wishing our middle daughter a very Happy Birthday.
And I will leave you with this meme today as it struck me funny. LORD HAVE MERCY do I ever wish this was true!
Thank you for allowing me to share my family with you. That my friends is the main reason I blog....to share my life.
Hugs and blessings, Cindy