Sunday, July 8, 2007

We came home from the shore late on Friday...had to squeeze one more beach day in! We had a great week, most of our friends were their for the week, too! Three generations of friends... hard to explain, but here it goes, Generation One...my parents and their friends (actually my dad's friends since Kindergarten) there are roughly 6 couples/families in their "crowd" as they refer to themselves. Generation Two...my generation, all the children from GEN One, let's see, 14 of us, plus spouses, ranging in ages 30 to 40. And then there is Generation Three, our children, there is a lot, 25 and one on the way, between the ages 0-13...one of us got an "early" start! We spend every weekend in the summer together since we were children. This was Gen One's 44th Fourth of July together...the are old! Here are some pictures from the party!

Some of Generation Three

Some of Generation One

Lulu dancing to YMCA

Emma and Megan wearing the same shirt...they thought it was so funny!

Caroline and Erin on the dance floor/porch!

After the fireworks, Generation One takes Generation Three home so, Generation Two can stay and "play" there is karaoke and dancing and someone usually makes a complete fool of themselves! LOVE IT!

We are home this week, the girls have a camp called "Just Us Girls"...charm school! We can use a little reinforcement in the manners area every once and awhile!

7 comments:

tulipmom said...

Sounds like you all had a wonderful week at the shore and a fun 4th. Three generations ... that is so cool!

sisters with style said...

It looks like a great time was had by all. How wonderful it is to say that you had 3 generations all together.

Tres Poshe Preppy said...

So cute! How great to have all the generations together.

suburban prep said...

What a wonderful time it looked like everyone had. The smiles tell it all.

Kimba Rimba said...

LOVE it! :)

Meg said...

I love your tradition. How fun that you can look forward to this time every summer!

homedaisy said...

my comment was supposed to go here :)