Our baby girl turned seven this weekend.
Seven years full of smiles and stuffed animals. Seven years of everything purple and pink. And seven years of peace, love and (occasionally) war.
We celebrated all weekend long.
Oh what fun... to be seven.
|Roll up a thin sheet of foam.|
|Hot glue it into a burrito shape and round the corners with scissors.|
|Print out an image of a flour tortilla shell and spray glue it to the foam.|
|Cut, shape and gather your dry ingredients.|
|Hot glue dry ingredients to the top of the burrito. (I used a cup to hold mine upright.)|
|Seal dry ingredients with clear silicon glue. Let it dry upright for a few days.|
|Wrap burrito with aluminum sheet metal tape.|
|Wood carving of the classic Pronto Pup.|
|Only the biggest and best make it to the State Fair.|
|We saw 1000's of rabbits. Every one of them cuter than the next.|
|Missed the demonstration by 5 minutes. Darn. Have to catch it next year.|
|View of the midway from the ski lift ride.|
|Bea was a little nervous on the ski lift ride across the fair grounds.|
|This butterfly landed on my iPhone and stayed. For. A. Long. Time.|
|Bea's first carousel ride.|
|Gus' favorite ride - The Giant Slide. Just a boy, a burlap sack & gravity.|
|Fun on the midway. And no, we didn't ride that slingshot thingie.|
|Bea's favorite ride too. A smaller version of The Giant Slide.|
|She would have slid down this 100 times. (Which would have cost us $300.)|
|We won a plastic sword, handcuffs and a purple dolphin at the Lucky Ducky.|
|Look, there's a Bea on that sunflower!|
|Gus, our Grand Champion kid.|