The first, most important arrival, our niece - Tessa David Frank was born last weekend. She was born on December 13th and was a healthy 7 lbs 7 oz. She's adorable - and we are quite excited to be an Auntie and Uncle. It seems like we have been waiting forever for her to come, so we were beyond excited to meet her! As you likely guessed, the David is after Brad and Jeremy's dad - David Frank.
Received the call from my mom...invitations have arrived. Arrival #2. Ivory and brown invitations - and not GREEN! This is a huge improvement. They are perfect, though I have not seen them yet - but my mom says they look great. And, here's the kicker - they gave us the green ones to keep, "In case our kids want to play 'invitation store' " someday. Uh, after this experience, I will highly encourage my children to find other business ventures than invitation store. Kids...go throw rocks, its a better past time.
Last night Debra asked me if I was feeling stressed yet about wedding planning. My response, "Well I'm starting to feel stressed that I'm not stressed". It is the proverbial worrying that I should be worrying. I have re-contacted most all of our vendors and we will set up meetings after the 1st of the year to regroup and plan details. Invitations will start getting addressed soon. My mom, still doesn't have an outfit. Well, not quite true, she has about 17 outfits, but she doesn't like any of them. Bridesmaid's dresses are being sewed by the world's slowest seamstresses somewhere creating dresses that take 4 months to arrive. Jeremy is still searching out the perfect honeymoon destination (okay, so here's a point of distress). Chocolate has arrived. Bacheloretteparty is being planned. Showers.
Really, I'm stressed that I'm not stressed.