Thursday, December 8, 2011

Thanksgiving Baby Shower

I am truly, truly blessed! Not only did my family drive 13 hours (my sister and her boyfriend drove 16 hours from Providence, RI) form New Jersey and New York. One of my bestest and most favorite friends in the whole wide world, Heather, flew in from Arizona. All to throw me a baby shower in South Carolina over Thanksgiving weekend.

I spilled the waterworks when everyone left and didn't quite recover for a couple days after they had left. During the weekend, though, it was all smiles. The room looked spectacular! The theme was children's books. Heather and my sister know me so well! I want to grow a massive library for Baby Henry! Little Golden Books, yellow roses, book page garland and beautiful cookies, cake and cupcakes, covered the table. We played a couple games including Name that Baby Tune, which was won by Elise's boyfriend, Matthew and Guess the Baby Food (I was dying inside as I recalled Shawn's previous gag-inducing run in with baby food). The turkey and gravy was a particular favorite amongst us players. Blech!

Opening presents from my friends and family who couldn't be at the shower brought tears to my eyes. I miss them all so much and may have hugged a couple gifts as if they were with me in person. Pregnancy brain has made me over-sentimental and over-weepy. If any of you are reading this... Thank you! I love you all so much!

7 comments:

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Amy E Albert said...

What beautiful memories! You look amazing and I am so happy for the two of you! Baby Henry is so lucky!

brenda said...

Beautiful.

alicia said...

beautiful shower! you look so happy. :)

Connie said...

I love this!! So So SO cute!

glen, paige, & baby preston said...

The food table and decorations are darling! Love the banner. Having family come to town and celebrate the pending arivial of a baby is so fun! You look great! Enjoy these last few weeks. And take lots of pictures.... one day you will actually miss the pregnant belly. :)

stevenjared0853 said...

Truly an interesting thanksgiving baby shower. I enjoyed a lot reading all this. I just had surprise baby shower too at best garden Seattle venues for events. My sister-in-law threw this party for me and they also drove 7 hours to our city for this event.