Well, I guess we still had a few parental moments -- like when we were comparing stuffed animal dragons for Phoenix.
But we didn't have to function around her schedule, we had no oxygen to cart around, no diapers to change and no monitor to break the blessed silence.
I, being a little bit more reflective than Josh, made us talk (a lot) about the past year, everything we have learned about relationships, and what was surprising to us about marriage. It has been a fun week of conversations, and I can honestly say that I love that man more than I ever imagined possible ... and definitely more than I did a year ago.
We had a TON of fun together, due in large part to Josh's awesome trip-planning skills. That's right, people, he planned it all!
Here are just a few pictures:
|Awesome room at a bed & breakfast (which, ironically, didn't really have breakfast)|
|Meet and my forever-man|
|It was simultaneously decorated for Halloween and breast cancer awareness. Awesome.|
|Anyone who really knows me will understand why Josh picked the perfect place for dinner|
|Year-old cake (Still looked and tasted good, Lisa!)|
And here is a shout-out to Skitch and Doobie ... thank you for showering our girl in snuggles, and for blessing us with the chance to leave her at home!
Side note -- without any context, it is kinda sketchy that we have a four-month-old and have only been married a year.
Side note #2 -- While reading this post, Josh said, "You aren't more reflective ... you just think about it more." Yup. He's mine.