After receiving an exclamation point-filled email from a grandparent this morning (whoops), it was apparent that I needed to get off my duff and post some Sugar Plum pictures from Saturday. Sorry for the wait, grandparents, aunties, and uncles. I didn't mean to torture you!
The dapper gentlemen and their lovely ladies.
A rare moment of prim and properness.
Big, squeezy cousin hugs.
The plan was for the curls to be free and flowing. However, after a three hour ride in the carseat with headphones on, the plan changed to an up'do.
Speeding up the LET'S GO! process by helping Uncle Adam get dressed.
A Mutual Admiration Society.
Blowing kisses to the camera. ...Well, in the general direction of a camera. (The girls were saying, "We miss you, Nana!")
See Sophie in this picture? She held still for exactly two seconds, before she resumed spinning and jumping and "practice dancing". Lesson learned: getting a three and a half-year old and a four-year old to hold still for a picture is equally as hard (if not more so) as trying to get a two and a half-year old and a three-year old to hold still for a picture. They were ready to eat cupcakes and shake their groove thangs AS SOON AS we put their dresses on them. NOT after we took a couple million pictures for posterity.
Pausing for a bejeweled shot with Mrs. Arkansas at the ball.
Like last year, it was a very fun night for all!