Thursday, July 10, 2008

Primary Parade

What would make a HOT summer night any

better than a Primary Parade.

First the kids decorated the Scooter and the Hummer

to make sure they were Parade ready.

As the Parade started our cute little neighbor boy

jumped in the Hummer for a ride.

Once the Parade was finished there were

water games at the park for the kids.

"Sweet-boy" was so excited to do the Tug-o-War

with the looser falling into a mini-pool. In fact he liked it so much he dove head first

into the pool without the tug going on.

That is my water boy!!!

"Drama Queen" waited in line for the Horse Ride,

it was a very long line.

As she was riding I heard her yelling, "Faster - Faster!"

Then it was "Sweet-boys" turn to go for a ride.

Thank you Kaleb for letting him bum a ride with you!!!

By the end, the kids were tired and wet but very happy to have

spent the night having fun with the Primary.


Elena said...

That's a great primary activity idea! Thanks for sharing.

Meghan Cleverly said...

Caleb (it's okay about the wrong spelling) had fun! Love ya,

fennbunch said...

It looks like they had a good time! I am so glad you went. We can't wait to see you!

Tamie said...

was that seriously your quarterly primary activity? what was the theme?
love the utah mountains in the bakground of the last picture. :) (they really are like none other and you can always tell...)
horese rides are big things around here as well. just waiting for our pioneer day stake activity to get the chance again. :)

"The Queen in Residence" said...

Tamie- The theme was for Pioneer Day which is a big Utah thing. Last year they had the Fire Department come and spray all the kids with the big pump hose. It was really great on such a hot day.
So people dressed up in Pioneer garb, but it is a fun annual thing they do.

Meghan- Let me know an e-mail so I can e-mail the pictures of you and Caleb on the horse - they are cute. is me.

Emily said...

Looks like a successful primary event. I love those. ;)

Michael A. Cleverly said...

Tamie, for what it is worth I wanted to spell Caleb's name Kaleb too, but Shauna wanted to be more traditional...

Last year, in addition to the firetruck we also had the covered wagon pulled by a 1951 John Deere tractor.

Sis. Oyler organizes the best primary parades I've ever seen.