My friend, Remmington, came by:
He's so dramatic. And lucky! He was in the section that received the free t-shirts.
Revenge will be had!
Kara & Lewis
Lewis & their daughter, Miriam. And what a ham she's turning into! I would point my camera at her and she would just "CHEESE" it. A Diva in the making? I think so! Also, she tends to stand on her toes, which means, she has the dancer's gene! Kimmy & her husband, Kevin (not to be confused with her brother, Kevin, or Cindy's husband, Kevin; I told you, too many Kevins!)CelestialKara & CelestialRaelynn & Miriam
The only ones I didn't get a picture of are Beth and her husband, Kevin (okay, not really, his name is Gayln, but I had you going there with the Kevins, didn't I?), because they had to leave early.
It was really nice to catch up with everyone! And we really missed those that couldn't be there!
There's 1, 2, 3 . . . I don't think Cameron can even count that high!
(*NOTE* Reader, Beware: I am about to sit high on my non-child throne. I firmly believe that there should only be as many children at a child's birthday party as the number of years that child is turning. 3 years-old = 3 children, 6 years-old = 6 children. Yes, yes, I'm sure I will throw that rule out the window when it's my kid, but for now I will perch here on my throne and Aimee can comment and tell me that she was under obligation all she wants; I stand by my statement. WAY too many kids there. This incident did, however, give me a new found respect for Kindergarten teachers.)