Mia is part of the youngest unit, The Pathfinders. And I am their fearless leader. I seriously lucked out with the sweetest group of 5 year old girls and we've had a blast. We got a late start and had our fair share of first year hiccups, but we were still able to work in flag etiquette, meteorology, first-aid, cake decorating, a few community service activities, religious badges and finish the work for our unit level award. We had a lot of fun and are looking forward to the crossing over ceremony later this month where my girls will officially become Tenderhearts!
Now this is a What I Wore post, so without further adieu, here we are in our red, white and blue AHG gear, looking a little more like the 4th of July than Mother's Day. I don't think there was a single good shot. Here's how it went down...
Too silly and squirmy to look at the camera..
Then Mia decided smiling was for the birds...
We tried to cheer her up
And then decided to just forget it.......best pose - go!
Nothing says “Happy Mother’s Day” like a polo and khakis. If these pictures weren’t outside, you might think it was “Visit Your Favorite Target Employee Day”. In fact, Mia and I made a trip to Target later that afternoon and I spared myself from being asked where to find____ and changed before we left. For anyone looking for a decent basic polo and khakis and or ready to start their new Tarjay career, both these are from Old Navy.
Linking up with folks at Fine Linen & Purple where I'm sure the Mother's Day finery is much finer than I.
Happy Day to all the Mama's!