Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Baby Shower

To say that Matt and I are thankful for the lovely baby shower that some wonderful ladies threw for us is definitely an understatement. We couldn't be more grateful! It was held this past Sunday at the church we have been attending for the past year, Grace Baptist. This delicious cake was made by my step-mom, Teresa, and her fabulous helper Becky. It was so good and we are still eating on it :-) I love how it looks like real wrapping paper! I also can't wait to honestly say "Welcome baby Gage!" It won't be much longer... on Sunday I was 35 weeks pregnant but will be 36 weeks tomorrow (Wed). Only one more week before I am considered full-term. This has been a challenging pregnancy but to say that this one has flown by would probably shock many people but it honestly has flown by. I guess it's because I have an active 3 year old keeping me busy!

Big brother had just woken up from a nap so he was not in the mood to take pictures or anything. We sat in the car in the parking lot of the church letting him sleep until the shower started. As soon as he woke up.. his eyes barely open, he states "let's get this started" I guess he was ready for brother's shower! (Honestly I think he was just ready for cake and candy)

I am trying to get Hunter to eat some candy so that he will wake up and quit being so shy ;-) And on another note... gosh is he getting tall. I would give him 3 or 4 more years and he will probably be bigger than me :-(

Precious Mattie getting some fruit....
Some very sweet ladies made sure that Hunter got something special too. I really appreciated that!
I love the excited look on his face!

He kept coming over a grabbing the tissue paper, singing some song he made up about tissue paper, throwing it in the air, picking it up and throwing in the trash. I didn't mind because at least he was cleaning up. ha!
The precious wreath that Matt's mom made. She makes one for all the grandkids to put on the hospital door. With Hunter, his room was construction so she did a wreath around that theme. Unfortunately, the boys are sharing a room and there will not be a special "theme" so I let Hunter chose what the wreath should be.
Me and my Mom...
Me and my Dad...

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