Sunday, April 19, 2009


Zach and I had a wonderful weekend with friends and family. Thursday, I met Misty and Shawn and the girls at the Cabbage Patch Kids Hospital in Cleveland and then we went into Helen for the rest of the day. It was an absolutely perfect day to be outside. The girls panned for gems and we took a carriage ride around the town. After, Misty and I went to the Outlets and she did a little bit of shopping for the girls. It definitely is tempting to find out the sex of our baby because there is so much cute stuff to buy! But I am holding on strong....I just picture the moment of Zach telling everyone in the waiting room what the baby is. That moment to me far out weighs a couple pairs of clothes (that I honestly shouldn't be buying anyway :) For dinner, we met up with the rest of the family at Taco Mac and enjoyed our favorite wings. Yum Yum.

Friday night, all of our friends from College came into town and Kimberly and Cory had a cookout at their house. Since we all hadn't been together since Kimberly's big news was announced, we all decided to show our excitement for them and have a small diapes and wipes party. You can never have too many! It was so nice spending time with everyone....just like the old days :) This needs to happen more often ladies!

Saturday, Zach, Cory and Rickey installed the new air conditioner at Cory's house and the ladies went out. We went to Joann's and picked out the fabrics for our diaper bags. Zelda makes 2 matching diaper bags for her new grandbabies....I can't wait to see how they turn out! Afterwards, we went and got much needed pedicures.....heavenly!

Saturday night, we met up with everyone again for dinner at Rathbun's in Inman Park. They have an amazing Red Velvet Cake....yummy! Once again, this does not happen often enough! I miss you all so much!


And they call it puppy love said...

Awww good pics! You actually got one where I don't look like a whale! That was so much fun! Thanks again for the ice cream cake :)

Hollyhand House said...

I miss you too!! I agree it needs to happen more. When these babies get here, they have to know their "Aunt" Crystal!