Thursday, June 23, 2011

I Like to Move-it, Move-it

On May 29th, Mom, Dad and I had breakfast with Aunt Darcy, Grandma & Grandpa Davenport at First Watch Shoppes at Corporate Woods.
Breakfast was great and all but the anticipation for what was coming that night was about all I could bear. One of Dad's friends throws a giant Memorial Day Luau with his family and they invite HUNDREDS of people. I'm not even sure I've MET a hundred different people so this was kind of a big deal and M&D had been building it up for about a week so needless to say, that afternoon's nap was one of the most difficult to date.

Here's a little video montage of that afternoon and evening. Enjoy.

Okay, did you get all that? M&D took over 100 pictures that day and this was the only way to share 'em - 1/6th of a second at a time.

To prevent you have having a seizure from watching that over and over trying to catch everything, here are a few of the highlights.
We were pretty much in awe from the moment we got there. Not only were there several hundred people but enough entertainment to keep every kid busy for DAYS!
I didn't brave the giant bouncy house but there were a few small ones (one with a ball pit) that were prety sweet but this mini house may have been the tops!
Of course, I can't let a swing or slide go buy without giving 'em a try and this was as good as most.
I saw Mr. Batliner drive buy a few times in this "big truck" and was pretty jealous...
Until I found the pint-size version on a walk-a-bout with GpaD. The battery was mostly dead so it didn't go far but there was enough juice for the horn to beep and anytime I can push a button, I'm a pretty happy camper.

There was also a live band when we got there and when they were done, they opened up this sweet dance floor. A live DJ played some tunes and I'm guessing I spent as much time on that dance floor as anyone.
Of course, when you groove as well as I do, there are bound to be many suitors. I think my fave was this gent with the hat and argyle sweater vest.

Dad took sever hundred MBs worth of video but I whittled them down to two for your pleasure.

That was definitely one of the funnest days ever and I want to give the Batliner family a huge THANKS for including us on the festivities.

Remember, you can't take it with you, but you can lick it so no one else can take it when you're gone.

Until Later,

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