Wednesday, 25 July 2007

Does this make us country bumpkins???

 
 
 
 
Today instead of driving to our friend Lisa's to swim, we decided to go to Brandi's house. We intended to have the kids just play in the sprinkler....well 10 minutes into that they got bored, so Brandi's oldest son Travis got out a tarp and the hose.....the kids were hooked! We pretty much didn't hear a peep out of them after that! My kids were so mad when we had to leave...I think it is pretty funny and made some pretty good "redneck" pictures!:) Good times!!
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9 comments:

Chris * Natalie * Maya * Mason said...

that is hilarious! looks like fun. you hillbillies. ;)

Natalie said...

remember when we played on the Munoz's slip n slide and HIllary cut open her leg??? I'm so glad your adorable kids are all still alive!!! Ha Ha Ha ;) looks like you had so much fun!! there is nothing like improvised fun!

Richardson's Randoms said...

These are a hoot! Brings back the memories. Way way fun. Good for you! Way more fun than a dumb old pool any day. Well.... maybe not the Walkers, but pretty much any other. =0)
K.

Jan said...

I'm remembering that family reunion up in the Black Forest where I think we met for the first time -- and they had the home made slip-n-slide that everyone loved. Funny!

Seth, Sarah and the kids said...

Ya, and they had carpet lining the edges...that was funny!! I think you and I watched while everyone else slid down...I actually have a ton of pictures of that, come to think of it!!

Jan said...

Oh, yeah, the carpet!! That memory is making me laugh out loud! And we did watch and sat and visited -- I'm sure we had more fun than anyone!

Jenny Doan said...

This is a memory from the past! I love childhood!

Misty said...

OH MAN!!! Good times. We did that for a wednesday night activity at church one day...except they covered the tarp in soap....that was pretty much nuts.

Amanda De Silva said...

Hey my singles ward at college did this as an activity once. It was super fun! Looks like your kids knew what they were doing alot better than us grown adults did.