Saturday, March 29, 2008
The night before the wedding: a bunch of Emily's and Jason's friends and family met at Faz for dinner.
Coming out of the temple - the sealing was beautiful, and they looked so happy.
Pregnant best friends due exactly one week apart.Scott and me, Rob and Marisa, and Caitlin and Brig
The mariachi band at the receptionCutting the cakeScott was the DJ - he did an awesome job. It was so fun dancing with some of my Danville friends, especially Marisa. We got really into it - I was so tired by the end of the night. I'm not as in shape as I used to be, but it felt so good to dance like that again.
Friday, March 21, 2008
This is at 8 weeks 4 days. The baby looks like a little gingerbread man. It's so neat being able to see the heartbeat (it was really strong) and to see the arms and legs. The baby was even moving around. It waved to me, and then it looked like it got a hiccup because it's whole body jumped. It was such an awesome experience.
P.S. The due date is October 12.
Saturday, March 8, 2008
Tuesday, March 4, 2008
the gals w/ the mamas
We started our trip in Kauai, where we spent our first day kayaking (I was too lazy to take pictures).
We then flew over to Oahu where we spent two days visiting the Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC) and Pearl Harbor.
The PCC: This was probably my favorite day in Hawaii. I loved learning about all of the different Polynesian cultures and seeing the unity that these people have. I loved watching the performances, especially the night show. The dancing is amazing! (It really made me miss dancing in my own life. It has always been a release for me, just like running is for others, but it's so hard to find opportunities to dance anymore.)
The ship under the water.The anchor that was thrown from the U.S.S. Arizona when it was bombed.We ate here twice while in Kauai. I have to admit, it made me sick to even smell or think about BBQ after eating there the second time. It's so much meat! I'm going to have to settle for salad and fruit for the next while.