Sunday, January 25, 2015

Baby, It's Cold Outside Baby Shower!

Last weekend was a lovely treat for me! Many of my family members traveled down to Ohio from 5 different states for a baby shower thrown for me. All I can say is, wow, I am beyond blessed. Our little boy has more than he could want or need. It was also just wonderful to have so many people here to help us celebrate the coming of our little one. 

My sister threw the shower for me. The theme was so cute: Baby, It's Cold Outside. She had snowmen straws and snowmen diaper guys, snowflakes and and little bare tree with tiny socks. I wish I had gotten more pictures. And I apologize, the pictures I did get turned out a bit fuzzy. :( 

If you are someone who attended the shower and have any better pictures, please either post them in the comments here or send them to me so I can post them!

My sister and sister-in-law both came with their new little guys. This is the first picture of the three boy cousins together. :)

This photo came from my mother-in-law (thanks). It's a picture with mom, and I'm holding the article written about a cradle that my Grandpa made for me when I was born. My mom brought the cradle along for me to use with our little guy!

Isn't this sign just too cute. I was trying to get it all in one shot and focused, but I just wasn't having any luck.

The tree with the socks and outfits. I love tiny socks.

This one is so fuzzy, but it shows all of the cute stuff: Oreos dipped in white chocolate to look like snowmen, snowmen diapers rolled and finished with little baby hats and wash clothes, and the sparkly snowflakes.

Yay! Another picture from my mother-in-law! This was one that I wasn't able to get since it was all set up during the shower. This was the amazing carrot cake my mom made, the thank you cards and the shower gift of hot chocolate. 

There was other cute stuff, but I didn't get a chance to take the pictures before it was all over. Thanks for the awesome shower though. And to all who gave our little guy something, we are truly thankful!

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