I've never longed for the days when my kids were babies. I'm not really a baby person. I gladly threw out their bottles, pinkies, and cribs. Same thing went for the toddler stage--good bye sippy cups, high chairs, and strollers. Recently I started telling them to stop growing so fast because it's what my mom told me and it's what I hear people say to their kids. I've told my kids a million times to stop eating their veggies because they grew too tall over night.
But the truth is, I can't wait for them to grow up! Each stage bring more independence, more self awareness, and way less tears and tantrums. I'm looking forward to my boys turning 5 years old next month. I can't wait to see what this year brings us. If it's more dancing like this, I think it's going to be a good one. Maybe even a year I'll long for!
Oscar's dancing at my sister-in-laws wedding in a bow tie from Nordstrom and a shirt from Zara.
Keep reading for more pictures of the reception. . .
|Break dancing with the bride|
|Love love love Ella's dress. Found it on the sale rack at Zara for $12.99!|
|lots of things for the kids to do at the reception like pounding out notes on a type writer.|
|Other things like croquet and a photo booth. Ella's running to tell Oscar the good news about the photo booth.|
|And a very dignified game of bean bag toss. For serious gentlemen and ladies only.|
It was such a fun reception for kids and adults!