It seemed like any other morning. Except the gym was closed for some reason. And there were a lot of small children wandering around the streets in gowns or fake mustaches. Something was up and a quick wiki search confirmed. Yesterday was El Día de la Revolución. Revolution Day!
Why didn’t we know? Not sure. It wasn’t a crazy holiday like the Day of the Dead. The highlight happened at around 10 AM when the children of Sayulita paraded down the main street to celebrate Mexican Independence.
It was sort of cultural but it was mostly freaking adorable:
11 thoughts on “Celebrating the Mexican Revolution with Some Serious Cuteness”
mega adorable! love the fake mustaches
I’m in love with the co-ed cheerleaders and the little girl in the purple skirt with the giant bun on top of her head!
Oh wow, they are insanely cute!! I’m dying at the kid with the mustache 🙂
The facial hair on some of these little boys! Coed cheerleaders! That adorable baby with those cheeks that I just want to pinch! This is some serious cuteness. I’ve missed interacting with kids since I’ve stopped teaching in Korea, and this makes me want to go to Taiwan right this second.
One day the Baltic countries will steal this idea and reenact their handholding revolution, but with little kids, and it’s going to win.
“proving it’s not cute post puberty” lol nope it’s really not! great photos!
Oh man, dat ‘stache! Those fierce and lethal soldiers!
So adorable, looks like a fantastic experience to be part of.. also love the fake moustahces!
Gotta love the fake ‘staches! And all the COLOR! Looks like a fun morning, for both you and the kids.
That really is a lot of cute. That four year old has better hair than I do. And the kid with the horse must be the most popular kid in town, even I’m jealous.