I headed to the City of Round Rock’s new Centennial Plaza on Saturday morning to join families as they celebrated Mother’s Day weekend under sunny skies. The photos with this post were for the Austin American-Statesman, who rewarded me with a main metro cover photo and a nice gallery on their site. Among the attendees were Scarlett Tracy (opening photo) of Charlotte, North Carolina, having a grand time with daughter Carolina, 2 (the little lady at left), and her niece Elaiza Gutierrez, who turns 2 in July. Elaiza’s mom, Anne, is Scarlett’s sister and lives in Manor with her family, including newborn son Kimball, born just 9 days ago on May 3 (last photo in this group). Crossing generation lines were 3-year-old Evelyn Mani, her grandmother Susana Mani, 46, and her great-great grandmother Cesearea Mani, 84. There was plenty of entertainment, including mariachi bands. One of my favorites were members of the Round Rock Ballet Folklorico, always a colorful favorite with my cameras. Mom Christina Fite of Round Rock, danced along with daughter Lauren, 11 months old, accompanied by daughter Caitlynn, 3. 13-year-old Dede Wares was there to give a big hug to her grandmother, Shirley Hardin. Dede really towers over her elder! And Round Rock city councilman Carlos Salinas donned a sombrero to dance with members of the folkoric dance troupe. This is the fourth year for the celebration, hosted by the Williamson County Hispanic Heritage Committee.