Monday, October 20, 2008

Their dad says they have a PhD in adorability....

This past weekend, we had the pleasure of attending Z's brother's wedding. The wedding was beautiful....and all three of my boys were included as part of the wedding. So this meant that I got to spend all day Saturday with 3 of the best dressed men around.

The boys did a great job being ring bearers. On Friday evening at rehearsal, we were a little concerned about how things would go on Saturday. Jellybean's job was to pull a wagon carrying the adorable flower girl, and Peanut needed to walk in front of Jellybean with the other (very handsome) ring bearer carrying a ring pillow. During the first walk-through, Peanut had a meltdown half-way down the aisle where all the confusion and nervousness came out in full-on tears and crying. During the second walk-through Jellybean tried to pass the other two ring-bearers while walking down the aisle pulling the wagon. Apparently, they weren't moving fast enough for him.

After some additional coaching the day of the wedding, the boys were ready. And they ALL did a great job! Everyone made it down the aisle (with smiles on their faces)! They were all so proud of themselves (and we were pretty proud, too).

They all lived through the picture-taking with only minor meltdowns. Considering they were all way more tired than a typical day and the fact that there was WAY more excitement than a typical day, I think they all did great!

Here are some pictures so you all can enjoy the adorability, too...

The boys ended the day by dancing the night away. They had SO MUCH FUN at Uncle Benny and Aunt Tanya's wedding!! It was so great to see everyone who was able to come and to catch up with people we haven't seen in ages (some the boys had never met...and others that I hadn't even met yet).
Thank you for including us in your special day Benny and Tanya!


Heather A. said...

The boys look so handsome in their tuxes, and that red just pops their faces for the camera!

KelseyChristine said...

ahh they were adorable!!
Aaron was a ring-bearer in a wedding this month too!