So many times I think we lead a boring life. After moving here to our vacation spot we don't go very many places and we don't have all that much excitement; although as I type that I think about 2010 and nothing about that year says dull. Perspective and reality can be different can't they.
My brother-in-law celebrated his 30-something birthday recently and so a night out was in order. We went to the Garlic, a local restaurant owned by an ole Vermonter who has a restaurant of the same name in Woodstock, VT.
It was a long wait but worth it because we had a great atmosphere to visit in; fireplace, lights strung on trees, live music.
Steve and the birthday boy.
Me. Felt like taking a picture of myself while in the bathroom- vain? maybe but I thought I looked good.
January-February and March are what is called Bridal Christmas in the wedding industry, or at least at our store :)
It's pretty crazy.
Any Saturday or Sunday it can look like a flash crowd has taken over and dresses, smiles, tears and "excuse me's" are all over the place!
Here's a brief visual.
Illana had her first real deal Family Night at Chick-fil-A. We actually go for the last 30 minutes of Family Night but it happens to be the time her daddy is on break.
Here she is first walking in:
Ordering or better said getting oohed and awed over, not the greatest pic of Molly- sorry.
Hanging with her Uncle Justin.
Auntie Jojo was sticking her tongue out at baby girl and guess what- baby girl stuck her little tongue out as well. So cute!
Miss Illana Belle has started to smile. We just love it!
So stinkin' cute!
Friday night was a concert at church and all the boys were out of the house. Katie came over and what was suppose to be a chick flick night ended up being a reality tv night.
Toddlers & Tiaras, 18 Kids and Counting :)
And of course Auntie Katie couldn't get enough of the baby!! She is spoiled in case you were wondering.
Peace out friends.