This spring two of my favorite people are getting married this Spring and I was honored to be asked to be a bridesmaid in their wedding. And my little one will be the flower girl. The excitement is picking up as we get closer to the wedding date.
This past weekend was the bridal shower. The French toast was made by yours truly. I made enough for 30 people. That must be what it is like to cook for the Duggars. I used this recipe and tripled the ingredients. It was very simple and easy.
We all guessed how many Hershey kisses were in the jar. I asked my daughter for her guess. She said 3. Now I don’t want to be a negative mother who crushes her spirit but I told her that there was no way that that was correct. My daughter refused to change her answer. So I said fine, I am going write 103 for your answer.
There was 104 kisses in that jar.
There were cards for all us to fill out where we give the bride advice and cards where we give the couple a date night idea. I asked my daughter what she wanted to say and I wrote it down.
In case you are wondering:
Advice to the Bride: Buy a Barbie House.
Date Night idea: Come to my house.
We took our tribe photos.
The Ring Bearer and Flower Girl may have stolen the show.
I don’t have any pictures but these two decided to help the bride open her presents.
The bride’s half of the wedding party. And the maid of honor’s brand new little baby.
The Bride works as an EMT (and a pharmacist) and the Groom is a paramedic. The shower was at the headquarters where they had met. After the party broke up, the bride took the Ring Bearer and Flower Girl to see the ambulances.
We got to see an ambulance go out on a real call and save some lives.
And the kids got to sit in the ambulance.
And the kids got to play EMT. First responders to the rescue!
Though none of us wanted to be their patients.
All those hours of watching Doc McStuffins on Disney Jr has paid off. My daughter knows what a stethoscope is. Maybe she will be a doctor someday.
This was part one of our Saturday. You will have to wait until tomorrow for part two.
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