Look at my Renaissance princesses! So adorable!
Bella outgrew her costume, so we passed it to Mimi. Bella decided to wear her Rapunzel dress when I expressed doubts I'd be able to whip up a new one (what with all my macaron baking and drunken concert going). I thought that was very flexible of her!
This year I finally got Brent to concede that he might wear a costume next time. Was he feeling underdressed next to his beautiful maidens? Well it was super hot out so he likely had the last laugh.
We met up with lovely little friends.
For the fairy garden? I could hardly resist. But I did. I wish I hadn't, but I did.
Ye old bubble wands!
Mimi was very excited by the unicorn! Until he got close, then he was TOO BIG.
We are always highly amused by this guy. Especially when he puts his toilet paper hat on.
A street performing turtle. You know what he needs? A teeny tiny toilet paper hat!
Bella got in the spirit, enjoying a giant pickle and a strawberry ice.
We also got a crepe, a gyro, ice cream, and some mead. And at some point when I was melting in my wool wench suit, I looked over and Brent's eating chili out of a bread bowl. Seriously.
A tiny bench for a tiny wench.
New this year and a big hit with us, Mermaid Cove!
The girls didn't notice this guy snuck up behind them while I took their picture. Teehee.
Hey his costume totally rocks. That gives me an idea for Brent.
We had fun shopping too. The girls each got a necklace full of fairy dust, a big hit. Also, a marshmallow catapult (no playroom is complete without it).
Huzzah! A wonderful day at the Renaissance!