This past weekend, we traveled to Abilene to celebrate one of my most wonderful childhood friends & her sweet baby girl who will be born in December! Ashlee is married to Dallas (who is also a childhood friend!), they live in the Houston area & have an adorable blog, here! :)
I had the privilege to help plan the baby shower for Ashlee with another sweet childhood friend, Mrs. Kelsey Holson. With the help of our moms and many other sweet ladies, we had a blast putting it all together!
I just can't wait for little Miss Annalee Ray to arrive. :)
I just LOVE the way her banner turned out!
I'll be giving a tutorial on my "No-Sew Bunting" banner soon. Stay tuned!
Kelsey made this adorable picture display of Annalee's Mommy & Daddy when they were babies!
I wonder who she will resemble?
Mom and I had a blast making white chocolate covered popcorn & assembling these adorable "Ready to Pop" bags! I found the idea, here, but I couldn't find the exact bags. So, we decided to make our own! Hobby Lobby had these polka-dot bags and we designed the "Ready to Pop" logo.
Kelsey & her mom made individual "Cake in a Jar" for all of the guests! They turned out so cute. I'm not sure where she found the idea, but I'm sure you can find it on Pintrest somewhere!
Here is Ashlee opening gifts! She got so many precious things!
Here is another craft project I had fun making for little Annalee. Michaels was selling these baby clothes hangers for a $1.25. I snatched 3 of them and also purchased some pink letter stickers to write her name on the hangers. Then, I used modge podge to make sure the stickers will stay on! It was a great personalized, but super afforable & adorable gift. :)
And, Annalee got Texas aTm booties....I'm shocked. Sic' em Annalee. :)
The sweetest canvas painting to hang in her nursery...
Annalee Ray, you are the cutest little love bug! Can't wait to meet you!
It was so fun to see these amazing girls--it's been way too long!
Thinking about the miracle of a child reminds me of an encouraging verse that I love so deeply. It's so important to remember that we were made perfectly in the Lord's sight. Here's a little reminder of that...
"For you created my inmost being;
you knit me together in my mother's womb.
I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made;
your works are wonderful,
I know that full well."
Psalm 139: 13-14