We had a fun Cinco de Mayo fiesta yesterday!!!
I made enchiladas, rice and beans for dinner. During the day the kids each made a brown bag piñata. (Put about 3 handfuls of candy into a brown lunch sack. Fill the rest of the sack with crumpled newspaper. Punch holes around the top of the sack and then weave a long piece of yarn through the holes, pull tight to close the top. Then decorate the sack with strips of tissue paper cut into fringes.) After dinner they were able to beat their pinatas.
Love Selah's girly piñata!
As you can tell - they had a blast!!
Selah wore a dress that we bought in San Antonio last year and looked adorable. I asked if she would pose for a few pictures:
Mig also wanted to pose for a picture!
After the piñata fun, we went inside and had "fake" sopapillas - I cut tortillas in fourths and fried them in some veggie oil. Then I sprinkled them with cinnamon and sugar, drizzled some caramel syrup and topped it all with whipped cream! YUM!! It was a fun day!!