Yesterday was a big day for many reasons:
1. It was my older sister's birthday! That's her (Elizabeth) on the left in this picture from one of my baby showers:
2. It was my in-laws' anniversary! Two of the nicest and most happily married people you will ever meet:
3. We took Colby and Clara to church for the first time! We wanted to wait until after they had gotten their 2-month vaccines, especially because the church is held in a school (aka: germ pool), and Father's Day seemed like a good day for them to make their debut.
4. And on that note, we celebrated Brian's first Father's Day as a dad! Of course we had to do a photo shoot, the result of which I posted yesterday on Facebook:
Not sure why Colby is looking so perturbed/perplexed, but as further proof of how smiley he is, check out this picture I got with the real camera:
Oh and to answer your question, since Clara and Brian matched, I made sure to wear blue so that Colby wouldn't feel left out, being that he doesn't have a purple outfit :)
Brian's first Father's Day consisted of breakfast at home, church, lunch at Pei Wei, a free Kentucky Bourbon cupcake from Gigi's, FaceTime with our families, chips and guacamole while the babies napped, and dinner at home. We also did some shopping for him on Saturday and had dinner with the Blackburns (during which one of us consumed 4 pieces of pizza and 2.5 brownies... that would be me), so I'd say the weekend was a success.
And finally, after perusing Facebook and Instagram yesterday, I need to get something off of my chest: the plural of "dad" is "dads." The plural of "daddy" is "daddies." The plural of "father" is "fathers." There are no apostrophes necessary unless you want to make the terms possessive.
And while we're on the topic, I have probably mentioned this before, but if you are making a last name ending in 's' plural, then you add '-es' to the end... you do not add an apostrophe or just leave it as is. For example:
Incorrect: "We are going to dinner with the Jones'."
Incorrect: "We are going to dinner with the Jones."
Correct: "We are going to dinner with the Joneses."
Ok I'm finished. I feel much better.