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HapPy 4th of July! 2011

HaPpY 4th of JuLy!
We started the morning off with Chick-Fil-A!! It was fun :) Aashini LOVED the cow!!Diya LOVES playing at "play places" :)We had some Ice Cream to start off the day :)They had crafts and things for the kids :) Aashini and the cow really hit it off :) She showed him her craft and he told her he liked it and she was super happy :)Diya liked the cow from a distance :)The cow wanted to come along with us :) He got in our trunk :) haha!!We went to Lake Ella afterwards :) Adam & the girls in a tree :) haha!Diya had fun feeding the ducks :)After naps we went to Tom Brown Park for the festivities :) We ran into an old friend - Todd (or Taco as i called him :)).
Aashini got a balloon that she LOVED!!!She accidently let go of it....
She was upset.... (don't worry, we got her another one :))Tom Brown has a fun park to play at too :)It was a fun day! Hope everyone had a happy 4th of July!!


Emily said…
I love those outfits!!
Jeni said…
Happy 4th! We had fun celebrating in the States too! :)
Anonymous said…
Love the outfits!! So patriotic! Poor Aashini lost her balloon!! That picture is so sad! Glad you got her another one!

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