Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Dancing Through the Decades
(When I asked the kids to take that picture Amos said, "Girls, get over here, I am going to put my arms around you!" I hope he's always so smooth.)
Last weekend our ward held a "Dancing through the Decades" family dance. It was so fun! Ward parties were one of my very most favorite things as a kid, and I hope it's no different for our kids.
The theme required you pick a decade, and then dress up like it. I had grand plans for all of our costumes, but time got away from me, so I had to make do with what we had.
Audrey and Amos went 50s. Anything with a twirly skirt works for Auds, and Amos was all about being a cool guy.
Maggie went 80s prom night, and was thrilled getting to wear makeup.
Wardie was supposed to go as the pink poodle to match Audrey, but I forgot it at the house. Thankfully, his back-up onesie was hot orange, so he joined me and Maggie in the 80s. Yep, it was a side ponytail and blue eyed shadow for me too.
Eric, who does not love costumes, or dancing, pulled through and went as the 90s. He looked great! He also did a fantastic job of dancing with the girls. That's true love right there.
Of course, it's not a Saturday in Duvall without a stop at Pickle Time, so we stopped there on the way to the party.
Our new ward might not be the biggest, but they sure do know how to bust a move!
Posted by Laura Horne at 5:54 AM