Act I – Where dad comes home from work Saturday evening to find that Jon made him a few water balloons to toss for dad to toss at Jon in the yard. And. Action.
Act II – Where dad comes home from work on Sunday evening to find over 100 balloons that the boys have both filled up for him to launch at them over the deck while they run around and squeal. And. Action.
Is it cheating if you practice while Dad is still at work?
Dad got to toss over 100 balloons at the boys –
Act III – Where Dad gets a few launched at him. And. Action.
Then the boys got to throw a few at dad.
Mom stayed clear at the end of the deck – happy to take photos. I have not seen the three of them, truly engaged in an activity together, where more laughter and joy was shared in a long time. Fishing, walking, beachcombing, hunting and such are all quiet-ish easy going activities. I hope that the Great Balloon Toss becomes a Father’s Day tradition!
So THAT’S what all those balloms were doing in your kitchen! What fun for the guys!
Great Pictures! Looks like they all had a lot of fun! What a great Father’s Day.
Looks like fun was had by all! Thanks for stopping by, my kids actually encourage me to take pictures. They are constantly pointing out stuff that they are sure is photo worthy!
LOL What fun!
Fantastic way to spend Father’s Day!