Since we got our front room completed Joe and I thought it would be good timing to have a house party, what funner way to celebrate than on Cinco de Mayo? Joe made his family's famous enchiladas, (they were delicious!) and we had salsa, dip, arroz con leche, and Jarritos to drink. To top it off we smashed up a pinata in the backyard. That pinata had the beating of a century. It was beat the traditional way, then stoned and finally pierced javelin style. I realized you are never too old to have fun with a pinata.
Rock's first pinata. He's just trying to figure out what that large red pepper is doing hanging from a tree. Next year we will work on hitting it.
Stand by, here comes Cameron with a stick.
I love how she gives the pinata a hug.
Have you been practicing for this Andy?
Also, I realized last year for Cinco de Mayo I got to spend it with the Fa'anunu's in Chicago. Olivia was only 1month old and Jenny let me come stay for a week! We made our own pinata- the golden snithch! And little did I know I was actually 3weeks pregnant with Rocky boy at that time. He's turned out pretty cute.
"You're not getting me in the picture are you Joe?"
"Nope, just Rocky"
Don't Rock's hands look huge? When I see other babies his size, their hands or feet aren't that big, he gets that from the Weatherspoon's. The other day when his cousin Natalie was over (she is 13months) his feet were only 1/4 inch smaller!
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