Sherry Pratt built an outdoor theater equipped with a dozen cardboard boxes made to look like cars.
Each tiny vehicle had a specialized license plate, personalized with the name of a child in the family, which was very fitting for the feature film "Cars 2."
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And what would a drive-in be without snacks?
Yes, Pratt even made individual snack trays for the children which included; popcorn, chocolates, gummy candy, and chicken nuggets, and juice.
Pratt's niece, Jessie shared several photos of the family event on her Twitter account saying, "My aunt made a "drive-in" for all the kids in the family and this is exactly how extra I want to be when I'm older."
My aunt made a "drive-in" for all the kids in the family and this is exactly how extra I want to be when I'm older pic.twitter.com/gN7mjszRcc— Jessie (@jessiewoodss) July 1, 2017
Jessie's tweet has been retweeted over 76,000 times.
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