My mom did an amazing job of coordinating housing, food, babysitters and people all while hosting the rehearsal dinner, wedding and Sunday-brunch in their gorgeous, restored carriage barn. As a bonus, she even offered to keep Louisa for a special "grandma week" while Cora, Nate and I flew back to San Jose after the wedding weekend. All of these events made October fly by and I'm not at all surprised that November is nearly here. I'm confident that November and December will pass quickly too, which makes me realize that soon enough, I'll be done with these varicose veins in my left (yes, only left) leg and we'll be learning how to parent a little baby boy, most likely to be endearingly referred to as Peter _____ Bosscher!
Alongside all the events of October and the upcoming months, I finally found the courage to launch my mini-business endeavor on Etsy. See my newest blog tab, My Etsy Shop, to read more about it. Or if you don't have time to read the update posted today, here's the short version: it's so FUN and I've sold 10 sets (30 burp cloths) and continued to gift sets to friends!
Enough about me and onto my favorite pictures from our visit!
|Thankful for a layover in Denver so we could stretch our legs|
|"My fingers are cold and it's windy in my eyes, Mom"|
|Cora took to Uncle JP wonderfully|
|Sarah's Japanese bike quickly became a favorite of Cora's|
|The barn, all spruced up|
|Prepped for a beautiful ceremony|
|Fun on the "farm" with Oliver, Sarah's oldest|
|Matthew, Cohen (JP's oldest), Oliver & Kelly|
|Louisa quickly warmed up, apparently|
|Chilly, but sunny Saturday morning|
|Nate being squished by silly LouBear|
|You really do need a professional to capture this bunch|
|I'm still not convinced we're twins, but I will agree that Cora and I look more alike than Lou and I|
|Killing time in the Milwaukee airport|