Saturday, February 24, 2007

Highland Games

Blue skies, warm weather, and the sound of bagpipes. It's time for the Highland Games! Thanks to Grandma Ann and Auntie Margaret, Laurel and Ian were perfectly dressed.







Ian loves his kilt and is proud to show it off.

















Laurel loves her outfit too!



















Marching with the pipe bands.


















Laurel finds a playmate.



















Run away, run away!

















The day wouldn't be complete without a ride in the keg train.


















Best buds having a great day!

12 comments:

Kellie said...

How cute are they in their kilts!! That's awesome. Looks like a great day...so jealous of the short sleeves :)

Kelli in the Mirror said...

Oh, how much fun is THAT!! Looks awesome. (I'm rereading the Outlander series right now so it looks even better. You've read it, right? If not, run out and get it immediately.)

Ms. Huis Herself said...

OMG! THEY ARE SOOOOO CUTE!
I love that Ian even has a sporran!

Lady M said...

Such a bonnie lass and laddie! A local group has Highland games events every year with dancing in the evening. We're determined to get there someday - now I'm inspired to do costumes too!

Pendullum said...

Where's Daddy's kilt???

Damselfly said...

How kee-yoot! This takes me back to when I was a kid living with my mother and stepfather, who was from Scotland. Kilt wearing. Did Ian toss a log? ;)

Mama's Moon said...

Looks like you all had a wonderful time - what great outfits the kids had on! I love the kilt on Ian, such a lil' man! And Laurel looks absolutely scrumptious in red (look at her face in that hat!). Too, too cute!

Melly` said...

Great pics. What a lovely day.

Elizabeth said...

Sweet outfits!! Hunter wore his Dutch shoes on Sunday. I love the heritage training!

Her Bad Mother said...

oh, my heck, but they are KEYOOOT!

Rachel said...

Such good pics! Looks like a fun time. Better watch out for Laurel, the boys will be flocking!

mo-wo said...

Kids in kilts -- darling. I have one for Miss Fancy but the pin still has me too shy to put it on her. And, thanks for the 13 mos of Laurel. She is lovely and that is a gorgeous birth photo of you!