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SUYL - Baby Showers


I thought I would participate in Kelly's Corner SUYL today - show us your baby showers....

So, I went back through to find pictures on the blog about when I blogged about my baby showers. Guess what? I did not blog about them. That makes me sad. So I am glad I get this opportunity!!

I had 3 showers when I had Avery. I hope I can find all of the pictures for them!!
My first shower was my mom's church friends.



Here is my mom, sisters, and myself. I don't know why people tell you that you "glow" when you are pregnant. I look at this picture and all I can see is my pale skin and horrible roots.

 Aren't these adorable cakes??
 

This was a tummy time mat from my mother in law. She lives in Seattle and wasn't able to come to any of my showers, but she made sure to send this cute tummy time.

My second shower was at my mom's house with her teacher friends.

Avery's nursery was pink and zebra, I thought this table looked great!

 Cute cupcakes....


 Got some cute auntie onesies from my sisters....


Oh Kate, how I love thee!


Kate got me this madonna onesie...I love it. I need to get one for her size now.


And the introduction of the tutus you see in Avery's month pictures every month!

My 3rd shower was my most interesting. Many of my parents friends are the neighbors that either live or have lived in their neighborhood over the years. Two of their friends' kids were having babies too, so we did a neighborhood couples' shower. It was so. much. fun.

Isn't this cake adorable??


We played this game with the husbands and wives. As you can see, the husbands put their faces into a foam board....


...then they blindfolded the wives and we had to feed them like a baby! I laughed the whole time. It was hilarious!!!


I am glad Jason got to be a part of a shower. However, I can't say that any of the husbands really cared about being there. They were more concerned with the UT football game on the background. 


Kind of makes me sad to reminisce......

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