My blog has been neglected and it is making me feel sad. I want to try to get into some sort of routine and bring it back to life. For some reason I used to want to share all my photos on instagram etc, but lately I feel like I want to keep them all for myself, for my kids to look back on, and my blog has been the best journal of our life, so lets get to it! I also have ZERO space on my hard drive and so no room for photos and my computer keeps acting up a bit.
But anyways, we had the chance to go to Utah and attend Jamie's Baby Shower. Chelsea did an AMAZING job and it was so beautiful and perfect. She had studio time at a studio in SLC and it was the perfect setting. She had great chargers, goblets, cutlery, plates, candles and succulents for the best place settings.
Erika and I attempted Leige waffles (which apparently are just like Waffle luv but i have never had that) and they turned out. It was an adventure trying to find pearl sugar, and we never found it, so we bought european style sugar cubes and broke them up, it seemed to work out.
There was also frittatas, chocolate cake and cinnamon buns.
We each wrote out a card of wishes for their baby, and one of predictions and everyone shared 2 things from their cards.
We also played a game where we took photos of Jamie and Chet and tried to create what we thought their baby would look like, it was a lot of fun!
It was so fun to have 4/6 of us girls there, and Mom and to see some family and lots of friends.
while at the shower, the boys (lincoln, Luke, Chet, Tracen and Rai) went to the Lego Batman Movie. Tracen had been looking forward to "Boys Day" for weeks and their motto "no girls, no issues" or something along those lines. We had a great long weekend spent with family, eating good food, playing games and laughing. When we were at ZUpas before we left to head back, Rai started making everyone cry with how sad he was about leaving them. He came up to me and said, "Mom i told Reiko that I"ll never to-get (forget) her" and he was so sincere and then he told Lincoln and chet as well. I think that for living in Denver we do a pretty good job at keeping in contact with family and seeing them as much as possible, but moments like that make me sad that we don't all live closer.