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My baby shower at Sue's house

What an absolutely gorgeous baby shower my friends from church hosted for me and baby Isaac on February 25, about a month before my due date.  The event was on a perfect Saturday afternoon at Sue's house, and she had some help from Summer, Sierra, Cheryl (who left early before I could get her picture taken with us!), and Elizabeth (whom I also didn't get a picture of unfortunately) and Jill.







Here's my baby bump at 8 months pregnant!

Cheryl decorated all these darling little Onesies t-shirts with appliqued neckties and bow ties to use for the shower banners, so Isaac is all set for adorable undershirts!  It seems like that must be the trend because he got some bibs and a couple of other gifts with the neck tie look, which is simply adorable!
Every detail of the party was so festive and colorful in kiwi green, turquoise, blue and brown, including some of the hostesses.  They were so cute to do that! Summer noted that often when I host parties, I try to match the decor, so they did the same and I loved it!



From left, it's Sue, me, Sierra (Sue's daughter), and Summer.
Here are Marilyn, me, and Julie, above, and Jill, below.  Elizabeth sewed all these cute little necktie party favors for each guest to wear on their blouse or sweater, and Jill passed them out at the door.
There were so many people there, but I didn't have my camera out during the shower to take pictures and hope to get some from Tracey, my friend who is due the same time as me with her second child.  Anyway, I was spoiled and got all kinds of wonderful gifts for the baby including clothes in a variety of sizes, diapers, blankets, toys, bathtime essentials, children's books, and more.  I really felt loved by all my awesome friends, mainly from church. There were a couple of my former work associates there, but everyone else was the LDS crowd.  Thank you so, so much for your kindness, love, and support.  I could really feel everyone's enthusiasm and excitement for this darling baby who will be joining our family in about two weeks!

Comments

it truly was an amazing shower. they did such a great job. but it was for an amazing person. i'm so glad i got to be there for it. you seriously look amazing. i'm so excited for you and your family and your upcoming arrival.
Kellie said…
It was so fun to be with you that day, even if I didn't get much of a chance to say hello. Just so excited for you and your family!!
Hildie said…
That was the nicest party I've ever been to! You deserve for all the trouble you've had during this pregnancy!
Julie said…
That was such a wonderful shower and every detail was absolutely perfect!! I'm so grateful I was included in the fun and truly enjoyed celebrating you and Isaac! I can't wait to meet him in person!
Jennifer said…
Looks like a you had a wonderful shower! And by the way, you are just glowing---you look so beautiful!!! So, so happy for you and your family. This baby is one blessed little spirit to be joining your family. :-)
Julie said…
Wow, they totally outdid themselves. What totally adorable decor and food! I loved how it all looked. FANCY party!
Julie said…
I figured I'd better add to your collection of comments by Julie--looks like a perfect shower. I am so looking forward to little Isaac's appearance! (probably not more than you are though!)
Such a beautiful celebration! And you totally deserve it! The parties you've thrown have always been amazing so I'm glad you were given an amazing one as well. Can't wait to see him!

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