July 10th was the official Chick-Fil-A Cow Appreciation Day and the Redman families first time to dress up and attend. The little girls had received information at the library and came home ready to make cow costumes. The older girls and I got busy helping to make everyone something to wear for dinner out.
We took old white t-shirts and used black duct tape to make cow spots for all the little boys and girls. Each of the children made their own sign that said "Eat Mor Chiken" on poster boards.
The older children wore black and white shirts of some sort and we printed off stickers for the older family members to wear that said, "Celebrate Cow Day!"
Little Jubilee looked so cute in her cow shirt and pink tutu.
We did not expect to have the whole meal paid for, but our local Chick-Fil-A was so gracious they gave us a free meal for all 16 of us! We were amazed at how many people showed up in cow costumes. We saw everything from cow pajama pants to men wearing headbands with cow ears.