Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Wedding Bells

My sister got married on Sunday, which happened to be her 11th “dating” anniversary with her now husband. They got engaged about a year or has it been 2 years now, and I can’t believe how fast time flew. The entire day flew by in a blur. A few pictures I wanted to get, I totally forgot to take (like one alone (full length) with just hubby & I….)

The kids were adorable, Mackenzie wouldn't walk down the aisle once he saw how many people were sitting watching, Quentin and Sean ended up walking with me down the aisle. Mack hid and after we were all down in positions, my step-mother-in-law who was sitting front row, went back (it was an outside ceremony), to get him.

The music was loud, so Sean & Mack wanted to be outside the entire time during the reception, and it’s too late now, but we should have hired a babysitter, as Jamie spent the entire time outside with them (watching them on their iPods). I was inside with Quentin, who was either eating at the table, using his iPod at the table or dancing with me on the dance floor. I didn't get to eat the main meal, but had the salad and entrees before that. By the time I got back to the table, the meal (salmon) was ice cold and hard as a rock).

We got home late and the kids went to bed around midnight and slept past 1030 am the next morning so I kept them home the next day from camp & daycare.

Now I know why I don’t bring my kids to weddings. We got invited to one in May where the kids were actually invited, but we opted to get a babysitter and go without them. I’ll do this one more time when my brother gets married one day, but depending on the ages of the kids, I might hire a babysitter to come along to the wedding so that I can actually enjoy the wedding and not have to chase around or keep an eye on my kids. I guess it’s also different when you’re in the wedding party and you have to be around for pictures, etc. I was the Matron of Honor (my sister had her best friend as her Maid of Honor as well, and 2 friends as bridesmaids) and Jamie was one of the groomsmen.

Alright, so you want to see pictures! I know that’s why you came to this post… Here they are!


The boys were excellent during the picture taking before the ceremony.


My dress fit me nicely, and was very elegant looking. I love this portrait of my family.


I managed to get a photo with each of my boys.


My handsome 4 boys!


A silly shot the photography took. I have no idea what I was doing.


And the 1st dance.


Anonymous said...

Gorgeous family!
You clean up very nice Robyn!
See you at knitting club,

Sandra said...

Nice family shots! And I'm totally in the no kids at weddings camp. Bring them to the ceremony, have them in the pictures, then have a sitter take them home for the reception - it's really not their thing, and the parents never get to enjoy it.
Sometimes parents need to just tbe people...

And congrats to your sister - it looks like it was a lovely day!

Teena in Toronto said...

You all look great! It's wonderful you were able to get shots of you with your handsome boys :)

g-girl said...

wow. time has really flown! I can't believe your sister is married now!! The photos are gorgeous. Sorry to hear that the boys didn't have a good time and that prevented you and Jamie from really enjoying a dressed up evening.

SapphireBlue said...

Awww what a sweet looking family. You look HOT girl!