delightful post! love all the colors and smiles-makes my soul sunny! xo
You're all so cute and fun! I love all these pictures. Have a lovely Monday indeed!XO,Sarah
Lovely Pics...and great chalk- so bright. :)http://amomseyeview-lulu.bloodspot.com
Great driveway art! That really is some awesome chalk! Super cute pics. :)
Love it!! Happy Monday!!
Your driveway looks beautiful and your family looks like your are having so much fun. My 3 boys spend lots of time drawing with chalk too. Fun!
beautiful art! your chalk is so vibrant!i'll hsve too look for some, tired of pastels!!!
what great pictures!!
so much fun, so colorful!!
LOVE it! coming form Life Made Lovely linky party. Have you ever soaked your chalk in water? We do it and it rocks!http://buggieandjellybean.blogspot.com/2010/05/have-chalk-will-color.htmlXOXO
ya this looks like a blast. i'd do it by myself.
super cute! you have pretty, white teeth. ya'all are too too cute.
Very cool! We, too, did Easter weekend pavement art - our first time for the youngsters as we are a little 'deprived' of available pavement...but I definitely think it will become an Easter tradition!I agree with the other comments, great vibrant chalk colours!!
Oh I love it. So beautiful & fun! I came here through Heather's. I'm gonna follow you now. :)
love this, friend. you guys are so fun!
So lovely.... captured beautifully. Love the photos!!
i finished my easter post the same way you started yours... :) my husband says that all the time. "that's how we roll..." ;) love the pics, shauna. you captured such a happy, joyful easter. also, my SIL had a bridal shower over the weekend and she got the most beautiful red and turquoise apron. totally thought of you! ;)
so cute!!! what a happy post!! new to your blog...can't wait to check out more!!
i've fallen in love with your blog...just happened upon it. and glad to find out there is another family that can cover their driveway and accompanying sidewalks with chalk and get away with it. everyone in my neighborhood loves the loopy drawings and funny sentences scrawled everywhere - well, except for elmer, the sweet little portuguese man two houses down who is a neat freak and is constantly trying to convince the kids that they should hose it off, "look, i've got a hose right here. look, kids, look. a hose. wouldn't it be nice if you would hose all of this off?" good thing he loves them. okay, randomness from a stranger who loves what you guys are all about.