Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Deacon's First Birthday Circus!

I feel like I need to re-introduce myself after taking a year+ break on here. But really there would be way too much to say so....I will keep it short - We have a ONE year old now! What?!?! & we celebrated this past weekend with the most fun Birthday Carnival! I thought it would be easiest to share the one million & one photos I took of Deacon's big day on here.  So without further ado...I present to you the magnificent Deacon Carnival!


We had such an amazing day! Sweet Deacon was surrounded by his friends & family & partied until he couldn't keep his eyes open & passed out on my shoulder.  I'm not entirely sure how a WHOLE year has passed already but it went by faster than everyone warned me it would & it was WAY sweeter than I could've ever imagined. I had such a fun time planning & executing his party. I've been working on little bday party projects since April during D's nap time. I found a bunch of the ideas on Pinterest. Maybe now I won't be such a stranger on here! I'd love to start sharing some of the projects Deacon & I have been working on! ;)






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8 comments:

  1. LOVE THIS AND YOU. you're amazing and so, so talented. this is so perfect. come back to blog land. i miss the ISH outta you!

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  2. YAY! Welcome back Meghan! I missed you :(

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  3. Your son is adorable. My blessings that he will grow up to be a strong, healthy, and amazing boy <3

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  4. Adorable party, even more adorable family. Good to see you! :)

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  5. Just stumbled across this page, quite by accident but had to stop to say WOW. That party looks fab-u-lous! What an enormous effort you made. I'm sure Deacon will treasure the photos of this day for the rest of his life.

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  6. This so pretty I love the ideas so creative and chic. I am so jelly.

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  7. Yes, that's generally what happens... the first year is so engrossing, full-on passionate living, crazy trying to get a few hours of sleep, dreamy, unbelievably busy... that all else must pause. When I supervised the church nursery I advised new moms that they had a one-year sabbatical from volunteering in the nursery. If they wished to help after their child's first birthday, we could talk again at that time. You can guess how much relief washed across mommy faces when they realized they could come to church and have someone care for their little one while they got to regroup, unwind and talk to grownups for a couple of hours. So glad I stumbled across your page. Keep enjoying your family.

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