Story told by: Lainey
Na Na and Ba Ba arrived on Wednesday to get ready for Uncle Jaron’s wedding!
Na Na just got back from a trip to Hawaii, so she brought me a great outfit. Mommy especially loves the appropriate coconut shells.
She also brought me some paper dolls. Those have been a big hit! Thanks Na Na!
On Thursday night we had the wedding rehearsal, so Henry hung out with Great Grandma Jackie.
The big day finally arrived on Friday. I was one cute flower girl!
Daddy was the best man in the wedding. Both Daddy and Henry were very handsome!
Before a wedding starts, every good flower girl needs some food (but you can’t risk getting the beautiful dress dirty).
It’s almost time to walk down the aisle. I’m so excited (and I just can’t hide it)!
There I go (with Charlie, the ring bearer)! I did such a great job. I wasn’t even nervous with all of the people watching me.
Please note the wonderful path of flowers I created for the bride.
After the ceremony was done, it was time for dancing (including the father-daughter dance, the mother-son dance, and the bride-groom dance). I naturally thought that they all included me, so I helped myself to the dance floor. When everyone clapped, I knew that they were clapping for me.
Molly and I had lots of fun dancing together (although all fun stops when we have to pause for pictures).
Mommy and Daddy looked very nice! They clean up pretty nicely.
The happy couple, Jaron and Tiffany Robinson!
I made it all night long. I spent some time with Mike and Lauren. (Mike is my pediatrician, and he’s also Tiffany’s uncle. Small world.)
Ba Ba and I shut down the dance floor.
I spent about 80% of the night dancing. I couldn’t get enough of it. We surprised Tiffany and Jaron with a limo for their getaway from the church. Have a great honeymoon!
We had A LOT of family over for breakfast the morning after the wedding. It was fun to have so many kids in the house. After they left, I taught Ba Ba how to play the piano.
There were a few family members who stayed in town for Saturday night, so we met them for dinner and bowling.
I enjoyed bowling, and insisted on carrying my own ball each time.
Henry didn’t bowl, but he loved all of the sounds and lights. What a fun and busy weekend!