Sunday, June 21, 2009

Happy Father's Day

Since Kyle was out of town for the weekend, Bella and I packed up the new "ride" and headed to Columbia to spend Father's Day with my dad. Saturday was spent relaxing and showing off the new "ride". Then Saturday night we met up with some old family friends at Zesto's - holy cow, how I have missed that place!! They have the BEST fried chicken and the best burgers so what's a pregnant woman to do but get both! haha After chowing down on a cheeseburger basket (fries and coleslaw included) and a piece of fried chicken we headed back home. Needless to say, I was pooped and hit the hay early.

Sunday Bella was "up and at 'em" at 6 AM!! And after a night of tossing and turning (I forgot my prego pillow) I was not a happy camper. However, I was a trooper and toughed it out. Joan made a yummy breakfast and then we headed off to church. My cousin's little girl (who was also our flowergirl in our wedding), Reese, was baptised this morning and it was so special to watch. She is really growing up into a sweet little girl and I'm so proud that she committed her life to Christ. The family celebrated by getting together for lunch at my cousins house and I had a great time seeing everyone.

Bella and I finally made it back to Rock Hill this afternoon and I'm NOT looking forward to Monday morning. I did have a wonderful weekend though and am truly blessed to have such a wonderful father in my life. He's such a special man and I can't wait for his granddaughter to meet him - boy will she be spoiled just like her mommy was! ;) I'm also blessed to have a sweet grandfather who is still alive and just as funny as a 25 year old. Another father in my life that I am blessed with is my awesome father-in-law. Nanner and I have a special bond and I'm truly lucky to have such a wonderful father-in-law (and mother-in-law, for that matter). And last but certainly not least is my sweet Kyle - what a sweet father he is to our Bella Boo and what an amazing father he is going to be to SLD! He has patience, sincerity and such a big, loving heart. I can't wait til our daughter arrives to see him "in action!" Happy Father's Day to all of the wonderful fathers and fathers-to-be out there!

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