As with most of our weekends, it was another busy one! Lots of running from one activity to the next. So, here’s our weekend through a series of photos.
On Friday, Mark went to our friends’ house to watch the World Cup and play with this tiny cutie…
While I went to my Milly’s (MIL’s) for dinner and to meet her sweet little addition to the family.
The yet-to-be-named precious little sweetie pie.
I mean, puppies are seriously the best.
This is my favorite series of puppy pics from the evening…
Getting into it…
And the full-on yawn!
Pooped little puppy. I left Milly’s around 10 to go meet Jessica, my house guest, at my place!
The next morning, I went for a mani with my mom, sister and niece. I chose baby pink in honor of our little babe on the way! These could be my labor nails! Although I’m guessing I’ll get one more mani in before she decides to show her face. After mani’s, I ran a couple errands and met my grandparents for a father’s day lunch.
Then it was time to celebrate the marriage of one of my adorable college friends.
Cutie Petutie Flower Girl.
Gorg bride and her pops.
Saying “I do!”
How adorable is this guest book??
Jessica (the house guest) and I posing on the bridge. I must mention, the weather was perfect for an outdoor wedding.
My attractive hubs and I on the bridge. Yes, I jammed my fat feet in heels one last time (I hope).
Fun catching up with old friends!
I love this girl… such a hoot!
With my college gals.
After the wedding, we stopped by Milly’s to see this mini pupster!
Sunday it was early rising to celebrate this guy…
And this guy!
Dad and I comparing bellies… he looks like a skinny mini compared to me, huh?
Love this guy.
Chocolate fountain + this dude = disgusting enjoyment.
That’s one happy little man.
After brunch, we went home to shower dad with some presies.
Toby’s card for dad.
Baby’s gift for dad.
But before he opened it, we watched a little World Cup action.
Reading his card..
And a little something special for my guy. Some memories from Milly & his sister from when he was a wee little one. Top memory, Marky loved his teenage mutant ninja turtles PJs and squeezed into them for 5 years!
So obviously, our girl needed some turtle wear… which I “dressed up” by sewing on some bows. A little feminine touch 🙂
And this one!
And this book – a recommendation from a friend! It’s really cool… broken up by baby’s age and very silly/helpful!
Then it was soccer time…
And snooze time, before we headed to Mark’s dad’s house for dinner!
When we got home, I was torturing myself by looking at pictures from our honeymoon. I couldn’t believe how tiny I was and how tiny my feet were. Look at all the room in those sandals… and those veins.
Not quite the same foot…
While this looks like a joke, this is literally how my weekend ended. Both hands in my carpal tunnel splints and a little extra special bonus, ice packs strapped to my feet to help with the pain and swelling in those giant paddles. Yikes.