Aunt Shel came in late on Friday night and missed Everson's birthday. So, this morning Everson got to have birthday #2. More present opening.
One of Aunt Shel's presents was a pinata. Everson's very first pinata! He tried his hardest to get to the candy inside, but that small bat did not make things easy for him. He did a good job.
Finally Daddy had to step in and help Everson out a little bit. It was a success and finally there was candy.
Canon wanted in on the action and took some pretty good swings too.
Lucky us, it was Waldport's annual Beachcomber Days Parade. So after pinata breaking, we got dressed and headed to the parade. The weather man predicted it to be rainy all Saturday, but by the time it was time to go down to the parade, the weather was perfect. Everson and Canon had fun! We got free ice cream and I got to see some friends from high school.
After the parade we went home for some lunch and nap time. Too bad Everson didn't get the memo that he was suppose to take a nap. My Mom, brother Mark, his girlyfriend, Annette, my sister, Michelle and I got all dolled up to go to my Mom's friends 50th birthday/3rd Anniversary party! Mark and Annette looked so cute! Michelle and I broke out our prom dresses! There was some good Filipino food, lots of fresh fruit and some dancing. My Mom was so excited that they had Tamarind, a really gross looking fruit. It doesn't taste as bad as it looks.
Half way through the birthday/anniversary party Shel and I stepped out, made a quick wardrobe change and headed over to a wedding reception where we got to see our friend Jaylyn (in picture below) and her wonderful family. It was Jaylyn's sister, Janae, who got married. She looked stunning!
The wedding reception ended and we headed back to the birthday/anniversary party to dance it up and pick up my Mom who we left there to chat with her Filipino friends. Shel and I ripped it up on the dance floor. Sadly, the night had to come to an end. We stopped by to visit my Aunt Margie on the way home. Todd, my Dad and the kids had fun back at the house while it was quite without us there.