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Baby Shower

On Saturday, I helped with a shower for my wonderful friend, Elizabeth. Her baby boy is due in about a month. I can't wait to see him and hold him! Here is Amber and Berkli.

All moms to be: Julie, Elizabeth, Amber and Amy
Stephanie, Rachel, Berkli and Mary Avery
Kelly and me

Mary Avery and Robin

I just love our church!
I am so thankful for my friends and all the little babies being born.

Comments

Angie said…
I love baby showers! Your church seems to have such good friendships within it. You gals are mighty lucky to have each other :)
Becky said…
It's always fun to see pictures of you guys' (guess I should say y'alls) parties! I don't think I have ever gone to such a pretty party up North as I see down South!
I sometimes copy some of your ideas.
I love to hostess baby showers! Looks like you all do too!!!
I love reading your blog and your friend Kelly's ya'll really seem like you have a wonderful relationship and church family. I am from a small town in Northeast Mississippi and we have a wonderful church also with alot of young couples in it. I was just wondering if you don't mind me asking where you got your dress, it is absolutely adorable. Thanks, Jodi
Y'all are a fruitful bunch :)
jenn said…
You ladies really know how to throw a party!! so very lucky to have such a wonderful church family!!
The Morrows said…
Love the idea of filling vases with baby blocks! Why haven't I thought of this :)

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