Sunday, September 28, 2014

Visiting the Pond

If you're a follower of myself on the Instagram, you'll have noticed an excessive amount of pictures of Patrick with his great grandma Goose.  Recently Goose has left her nest and landed herself at her new home at the Pond (see what I did there?!! haha!)--Mike has lovingly named her nursing home "The Pond", because, duh, that's were Geese live!

since Goose missed seeing this dapper little dude at Erin and Curtis' wedding last week, we strapped on his tux and had him visit his Goose looking handsome and dapper.  SPOILER: she LOVED it.

We know how tough it is on Goose to leave the home she lived in for 60+ years and move into a new place--especially a place that can be downright depressing on most days.  However, despite that, as a family we knew that the Pond would be the best place for her and to give her the care and support that she needs that we (okay, my aunt Kate!) couldn't give her 24/7.  

the resident cat that Patrick LOVES.  We think he thinks it's a black and white Scooter.

Despite Goose complaining about her new residence (this is nothing new, Goose sure likes to voice her opinion on any and everything!), as soon as her "Monkey Head" (her name for Patrick) walks in, she immediately perks up and her day is made.  Patrick will run up to her with his arms wide open and try and climb up her lap--his favorite thing (and Goose's it seems too!) is to go for a "stroller ride" (i.e. ride on Goose's lap in her wheelchair) around the Pond.  Goose LOVES this--she just beams when she's cruising around and showing her Monkey Head off to everyone--residents or staff--that we pass.  It really is the cutest thing ever.

We try and get up to see her as much as we can during the week (it's nice that the Pond is only a few miles from our house), but we wish we could go there every single day.  The fact that Patrick lights her up so much is reason enough to try and squeeze in a visit--however long or short--as often as we can.  He truly is her best medicine, and we try and give it to her as much as possible!

Anyways, not really sure about the point of this post, other than to show of some adorable pics of Goose and her little buddy, and to tell how much Patrick enjoys seeing his Goose (as do we!) and vice versa.  We love our Goose so much and will do anything that will make her happy!  I hope and pray that she gets to see her little Monkey Head (and future ones!) grow up for years to come!

Thursday, September 25, 2014

12 weeks.

12 weeks today!  Woot woot!  One more week until my second trimester starts, and I'll gladly be welcoming it in with open arms.  After all of the weekend wedding festivities and Patrick finally getting over whatever little virus/bug he had, I am officially exhausted...and it's only Thursday!  Ha!  In all honesty though, I am tired, but I don't think anywhere near as tired as I was with Patrick...whether that's because my body knows I can't be that tired, or just isn't (maybe the Juice Plus I've been poppin' is giving me more energy!), who knows.  As far as the nausea goes, that is still definitely hanging around, but not nearly as bad as the first few weeks.  I'm really hoping it's dying out...although what has been going full-throttle this week are my allergies.  HOLY KLEENEX KILLER ALEX!  I think I've gone through 5 boxes this week alone.  My allergies are outta control.  My miracle nose spray is not an option either; I can't take that until 28 weeks (boo hoo!) I'll just suffer with silent sniffles.  Benadryl works wonders though, but I can only take that before bed because it knocks me out.  Ahhhh, the lovely life of someone with awful allergies.

Okay, can we take a look at how much I've popped since last week?!!  OMG.  I posted this pic earlier this week on IG notating how much I'm showing already, but dang.  I'll say it again: you show so much earlier with your second kiddo!  Crazy!

With that said, I've shockingly (to me!) haven't gained any weight at all...I've actually lost 4 pounds since my last doctor's appointment.  Now, I most definitely have not been "trying" to not gain (or heck, lose!) any weight, but it definitely hasn't been packing itself on crazy fast as it did with Patrick.  I think by 12 weeks last time I was already up 10-15 pounds from my pre-pregnancy weight, and now I'm down 4.  The body sure is crazy, isn't it?!!  I'm sure my new job--where I spend all morning running up and down steps and across campus to help people with tech issues--is contributing to that non-gain.  I know all of a sudden I will just "pop" even more and start packing on the pounds (because I'm a firm believer that no matter what, your body will gain exactly what it needs to to support that growing baby), but until then, I'll enjoy my little bump I've been given.

I did go to the doc last Friday for a check up and all looks well with #2!  She had a hard time distinguishing on the fetal doppler between my and the baby's she whipped out the ultrasound to take a quick peak to check on the baby, and all is well!  Nice strong heartbeat at 130 fluttering away on the screen!  No print out of the picture--this was not the newest ultrasound machine :)  And for all you old wives tale people, Patrick's heartbeat was always in the 150s (which, according to the tale, means he should have been a girl), so I just want to leave you with that :)  Maybe I'll do a post of the old wives tales and how they lined up with Patrick's pregnancy...just to give you gender predictors out there something to use to prove/disprove your gender thoughts... :)

Well that's about all I've got to update this fine Thursday's to a productive last couple days of the week--with hopefully minimal nausea and allergy attacks--and a fantastic weekend!

Wednesday, September 24, 2014


If any of you know me at all, you know of my deep love for any and all things associated with The Wizard of Oz, including my favorite favorite musical, Wicked.

Well, my lovely aunt Kate was at Lowe's a few weeks ago and sent me a picture of the Wicked Witch of the East's feet blow-up that was on display.  I think my exact response was, "OMG. BUY THAT NOW!!!"  She said that they were all sold out, but had the display left, so I told her to get that for us.

I was so excited.

I'm a huge fan of tacky holiday decorations--we have 6 blow-ups for Christmas time--and I'm always looking for other ones.  Side note, a dream blow up would be a dachshund (we have a giant 9 foot dog blow up, but it's just a generic dog blow up, not a dachshund one) if you see a dachshund blow-up anywhere, let me know IMMEDIATELY.

Anyways, even though Halloween in still over a month away, I hooked up our new Wizard of Oz feet outside of our house and I think they look pretty freaking awesome. 

I went out and snapped a night picture too, just to give you the dark effect.  It looks pretty amazing at night too.

These might be left up year round, cause they're just awesome and incredible and my new favorite thing.  Stay tuned.

Monday, September 22, 2014

Weeks 5 - 11

So now that our big news is OUT, I thought I'd publish this post I've been working on the past several weeks--ehh, almost 2 months! haha!  Yeah, I've been document this kid's cookin' already because a few things that I regret not doing when I was preggo with Patrick was:

1. blogging

2. keeping weekly updates (which would be oh-so-handy right now to look back and seeing how I was feeling/looking!)

3. weekly belly pics

So as soon as I found out that #2 was on his/her way (okay, that's a lie, about a week after we found out!) I got right on documenting the bump (as my lovely friend Tiff calls it from when she was preggo with her main man Huck)...which, side note, Mike is calling "Cletus the Fetus" again this go'round (same thing he called Patrick...cause he's convinced it's a boy again!).  And since we were being hush-hush about it (besides close friends and family), I didn't do these posts below as weekly posts...but now that we're "out" I figured I'd post these first several weeks all as one, and then do weekly (or try to! haha) posts from here on out.  Honestly, if no one reads them I don't care--I just want something to look back on for #2's pregnancy, and if/when #3 (or more!) comes along I'm able to compare and contrast with actual text evidence between the two!  And since we don't find out the gender, I always love to play the speculation game and see what things are like this go'round as opposed to last time!  Anyways, here's my last several weeks of posts, combined in this one handy dandy post.  Enjoy.

August 7th, 2014

We broke the news to our family earlier this week--we figured we'd go ahead and tell them right away this time because 1. my sister-in-law Erin's wedding is fast approaching and I didn't want to impede on her wedding excitement 2. everyone (uh-hm, MOM) has been speculating anyways, so we figured we'd just tell them 3. in case I start feeling horrible (which would be way different from Patrick's pregnancy) we need family to know that I'm not dying, just growing a human.  So we went by each of our parent's houses (and some of our siblings, other siblings we elected to call cause they were at work/too far away) and Patrick was wearing a t-shirt similar to this:

They all flipped.  It was great.  Total excitement and happiness--I wish I'd have had recorded it!  Anyways, they're all super excited for us (as are we!) and Patrick has no idea what's coming.  Yes, we've told him, but shoot, he's 15 months old.  He doesn't get it...and probably won't until he sees him or her.  Stay tuned for that.

I've been feeling pretty good--kind of tired (but heck, I'm ALWAYS tired!) but I have started back at work so that may have something to do with it too.  The reality that in April we're going to have 2 kiddos under 2 is just starting to sink in...I'm sure once we have our first ultrasound (in a couple weeks!) it'll hit us even harder.

August 14th, 2014

HOLY MORNING SICKNESS.  Remember how I said last week I wasn't feeling bad, just tired?!!  Um, OMG.  That has definitely changed.  I feel so so so sick allllllll day long (so yeah, not just "morning" sickness!).  It's been challenging cause I'm back at school full time, and no one at school knows yet, so I've had to hide how I've really been feeling.  But boyyyyy, it's been rough.  A few times I've literally had to sit down on the cold bathroom floor and try and breathe and suppress the urge to puke.  I have not actually puked...yet...but boy, the feeling is sure there.  I kinda wish I would already because maybe it would give me some reprieve.  Chugging water has helped (and then I have to pee ALL THE TIME then! haha), so I try and drink drink drink as much as possible.  This is so new to me because I never felt like this with Patrick at all, but boy, it's hit me like a wrecking ball with #2 (yeah, yeah, maybe that means a girl?!!  We'll find out in 33 weeks people! haha).

Looking at last week's and this week's pics, I'd definitely say I've popped out a bit!  It's funny cause this kid is like the size of a small seed, but dang, I know I have definitely started to poke out.  They say you show earlier with your second+ kid(s), so I'm sure I really am starting to show already.  Probably won't be able to hide it till 12+ weeks at work like I was hoping!  Oh well, guess I'll have to get on telling them sooner than later then, huh?!!  I'm sure they'll be excited...eekkk! I hope they will be!

August 21st, 2014

AHHHHH!  So so so excited: tomorrow is our first doctor's appointment and ultrasound!  Judging by the way I've been feeling the past couple weeks, I know there's gotta be something in there growing, but boy, it's reassuring to see/hear that little one's heartbeat on the ultrasound.  Needless to say we're excited is an understatement!  So that's been really helping how I'm feeling: NOT.  Nausea + anticipation and excitement = Alex feeling like crap.  Still chugging away like crazy on the water!

We've told a few more close friends and family members...once we (hopefully!) have a good report at the doc tomorrow, we'll tell a few more!  I'll probably end up telling my work next week, just because I feel like I'm starting to show already and to give them a nice heads up that come April I'll be gone!  We'll probably share our news on Facebook sometime in late September or early October...definitely after my sister-in-law's wedding and closer to the 12 week or end of the first trimester mark.  So we'll see on that.

August 28th, 2014

We went to my amazing doc last Friday and got to see our little squid on the ultrasound!  He/she looked great (per the ultrasound tech), and had a nice strong heartbeat at 109 bpm.  Once we saw that little flutter of a heartbeat, it just became very real that this kid was on his/her way and that all of the sickness and misery I'd been feeling is for a little teeny tiny human growing deep in my belly!  I go back to the doc at 11 weeks for my next appointment, so that'll be exciting to hear the little one's heartbeat again on the doppler.

We ended up telling a bunch more of our friends and family, now that we know that this isn't a phantom pregnancy, but the real deal!  They're all super excited for us (which makes us happy :), and we're happy we can share the news with them.  I also told my work earlier this week and OMG, talk about happy and supportive!  So amazing, and such a nice feeling!  I absolutely love my job and the people I work with, so having them genuinely excited and happy for us with our big news is such a blessing and a relief!  Ahhhh, I feel so much better that they know and are praying for the development and growth of our little lady or fella!

I've still been feeling like crap.  Super tired (I do remember that from when I was pregnant with Patrick!) but nauseous ALL.THE.TIME.  I KNOW I did not feel like this with Patrick, besides being tired, I felt awesome all the time with him.  Total opposite now (cue "maybe it's a girl!" response...I get this ALL THE TIME when I tell people! haha!).  Don't get me wrong, I'm very thankful that I am pregnant, even though I feel like crap (so I'll happily feel like this if it means a sweet little baby after 9+ months), but I'm still documenting that I feel this way.  My doc gave me a daily over the counter regime last week that I think has been helping, and then some (what I've deemed) "emergency" nausea magic pills that I take when it's really bad (or getting really bad).  These have helped, but some days, like today, I feel like nothing but chugging water qualms the "I'm gonna puke" feeling in the back of my throat.  I still haven't actually thrown up (which might be worse: no reprieve from the nausea!) but boy, I feel like doing it all the time.  I'm sure I'm just a bag of fun to be around.  Sorry Mike.

I totally caved and ordered some new maternity clothes too--I thought I could hold out a few more weeks without having to break them out, but I don't think I'll be able to.  I have tons of baggy tops (cause that's how I roll anyways), but pants--eeek.  A different story.  For whatever reason, anything but a maxi dress does NOT feel good on my tummy, so I decided to get some (and start wearing ASAP) maternity capris and shorts to sport the rest of this warm summer and fall.  Don't judge.  At least I'll be comfortable, even though my baby is the size of a raspberry.

September 4th, 2014

Yeah, not much has changed in the constant nausea-feeling department since last week.  I think I've learned to just tolerate it, and actually even appreciate that a little tiny olive-size baby is growing in my tummy and sending me daily want-to-puke reminders that he/she is in there!  My "What to Expect" app reminded me today that my fatigue levels and nausea are probably starting to peak--so I should hopefully be feeling better in the next few weeks...let's hope so!  On that fatigue note, I remember when I was pregnant with Patrick feeling this overwhelming, all-encompassing, I-could-fall-asleep-standing-up tired feeling ALL THE TIME.  While yes, I'm definitely noticeably more tired than I was this summer, I definitely don't think I'm the same kind of tired I was my last go'round.  They say each pregnancy is different, and oh boy, are they right!

Mike and I have been concocting ideas for our #2 announcement.  We've both got some good ones (and of course, I've seen like a thousand I love and would like to replicate!) so hopefully in the next couple weeks we'll hammer down the one(s) we want to do to share with our friends and family.  I'm sure we'll do more than one, considering I've seen so many I'd love to replicate, and maybe in the coming weeks I'll whip up a blog post (as I type this I realize you'll probably have seen said blog post before you even see this one! haha) with our favorite announcements.  Another excuse to take family pictures, right?!!

I'm currently praying the new maternity clothes (pants especially) get here SOON.  My current pants situation is less than comfortable, and I'd love for a nice big stretchy waistband right about now to slide into rather than these button up capris.  USPS guy: hurry up.  Mama needs her new clothes! 

September 11th, 2014

First off, huge success: my new maternity capris came in the mail over the weekend and OMG.  They're amazing.  I've worn them ALL WEEK LONG (and actually washed them after each use.  OCD, I know) and actually am really hoping the other 2 pairs I've ordered are at home when I get home.  There is NO WAY I'm squeezing back into regular pants for another (at least) 30+ weeks, so I will only be sporting anything with an elastic waistband, because, dang, my stomach is already growing.  I know I've said this before, but wow, you sure do show way earlier with your second kid!  I don't think I was think big until like 15 or 16 weeks last time!

One thing that I shockingly haven't done, despite my growing belly, is actually gain any weight these first 6 weeks since I found out.  I.AM.SHOCKED.  Seriously.  But I guess it makes sense; I am eating, but definitely not pigging out like I recall from doing day 1 of my last pregnancy, and the morning sickness and nausea, still ever present, has been going on all day everyday (some are better than others), so that's not driving my desire to chow down either.  Plus, I'm at a new school, my office is on the third floor, and all morning I spend going up and down 3 HUGE flights of stairs to get to other teacher's rooms and back to my office.  So maybe that's helped me stay at my current weight?!!  Who knows.  And even if I'd have already gained 15 pounds, that wouldn't bother me either.  I'm a firm believer that your body gains EXACTLY what it needs to to keep the baby cookin' and growin', so whatever I do gain it a'okay with me.

On the morning sickness front, I totally ate my words: a friend asked me last weekend how I'd been feeling and I told her, "Actually, a lot better.  Not as nauseous all the time all day like I was."  I literally woke up the next morning and felt awfullllll...and the next several days after that.  I actually went home early from school one day this week because I felt so awful.  Today hasn't been great either...I keep chugging water and trying to ignore the gurgling churning my stomach and throat seem to be going through.  And, side note, everyoneeeee I talk to tells me to either do this or try that or eat this...or tell me because I'm sick I'm having a girl...and it's hilarious.  Buzzfeed came out with this a few days ago and I died laughing...SPOT ON.

Ohhhh!  And, even though I'm writing this on September 11th but when you read it it'll be way past this date and you'll probably have already seen this...but whatever, anyways, we came up with (well, Mike did!) our photo announcement we're going to post on Facebook in a couple weeks (see below).  I love it.  So creative.  

Although I'm sure I'll whip up a few more "Big Brother"-esque pics too for a blog post as well, cause I just love baby announcements, and can't just have one!

September 18th, 2014

I am officially showing.  Like whoa.  I swear I wasn't this big last time around until week 20.  Wearing full-blown maternity clothes ALL THE TIME NOW (which are way comfier and are way more flattering to the little (or big) bump figure than regular clothes, that just make you look fat). In case the above pic wasn't evidence enough for you, check this one out:

HUGE for almost 11 weeks pregnant, right?!!  Right. Sheesh.  By the time this kid comes I'm sure I'll give Shamu a run for her money.

Anyways, as week 11 is upon me now I'm actually starting to feel better!  I know as soon as I type these works I'm gonna jinx myself, but in all honesty, the past several days I've actually felt better than I have the past couple months!  Yahooooo!  Hopefully I'm at the tail end of this morning sickness (or all day sickness) run and I can just focus on eating eating eating (what I do best, and what I've been seriously missing).

I do remember from when I was pregnant with Patrick that I was SO.DARN.TIRED. until like week 17.  Like going to bed at 6pm tired.  Although I am definitely tired this go'round, I have not felt that overwhelming tiredness like I did with #1.  Maybe that's because I know I can't feel that tired and just go to bed at 6pm (thank you 6 weeks of Mike working nights or wayyyyy late past Patrick's bedtime) because I have a toddler to chase around, but I definitely have liked that I seem to have a wittle more energy than I did the last time around.  (Unrelated, or maybe completely related, I did start taking Juice Plus again late this summer, so maybe that's helping my energy levels too?!!  Who knows.)

I did snap some more announcement/big brother pics this past weekend too...which, by this point you've probably already seen the original post with these there.  Whatevs.  I'll share them again here anyways because they're adorable.

probably the "real" version of what's gonna happen when we bring #2 home.

So that's really about all that's a'happenin' for week 11.  My sister in law Erin's wedding is on Saturday (eeekkkk!! so exciting!) and I can.not.wait.  I'm sure I will have a blog post detailing all about it at the end of the weekend...because I'm totes bringing my big canon to capture some wedding pics too that I can share with Erin and Curtis immediately so they don't have to wait for their hired photographers pics to get back (which always feels like an eternity).

Erin & Curtis' Wedding

WOW.  Just wow.  WHAT A WEEKEND.  Seriously, as I sit here wayyyyy too early this morning typing up a nice little blog post all about Erin and Curtis' wedding, I can't help but smile thinking about how awesomely perfect their wedding was.  I do secretly wish I'd have taken today off as well, because mama and baby #2 here are tiredddddddd this morning and would love another day to recoup and relax.  But alas, I am muscling through and thankful I am off to a job that I absolutely love.

Mike and I were clearly very excited for the day's festivities :)

So I do want to point out immediately that Patrick was not feeling good AT ALL this weekend.  Perfect timing, right?!!  Seriously.  This kid has been sick once EVER, and then this past Thursday, dude woke up super warm and definitely not himself: clingy, whiny, not wanting to eat, and wanting to just lay down.  Of course I thought it'd be like his last little sickness and he'd shake it after a day.  WRONG WRONG WRONG I was.  Friday came, rehearsal practice and rehearsal dinner, and Patrick was not himself AT ALL.  Lots of crying and screaming and me apologizing for my normally happy-go-lucky good natured kid acting out.  We (Patrick and I) actually left the rehearsal dinner before it really even started because dude needed to get home and get to bed ASAP.  Saturday, wedding day, he was no different--very clingy, whiny, and not himself.  Yes, he even screamed when Mike let him walk down the aisle and he had to be carried.  I again spent a lot of time at the wedding trying to convince unfamiliar people that this is not how he normally acts and that he's sick (I'm sure they're all like, "yeah, right, that's what every mom thinks.").  Luckily we did get a few good pics with him (not crying at least) at the ceremony, but after that he skipped the reception (I have NEVER seen him this upset!) and headed home with my aunt.  Mike and I left the reception early because he was not wanting to go to sleep and just screaming (SO unlike him!)--I said I'd call the exchange on Sunday to see if we needed to take him to urgent care (inner ear infection?  strep throat?  something else??), but wouldn't you know it?!  Patrick woke up Sunday PERFECTLY FINE.  Like nothing had been wrong the past 3 days.  I couldn't believe it--perfect timing, right?!!  I still made him an appointment at his doc for later today just to get him checked out (because he still I guess was a bit fussier than normal when he woke up this morning) we'll see what they say.  I guess if anything went "wrong" with their wedding, it was Patrick not feeling well...which, in the grand scheme of things, is small potatoes (if anything!) for Erin and Curtis.  But still, for me, it was a wittle bit stressful on Saturday seeing him feel so bad and nothing we did would really fix it.  Wow, I've rambled too long about Patrick (shocker)...time to get back on track to the main point of this post: Erin and Curtis!

Since I love taking pictures (no surprise there), I decided to bring my big camera and snap some pics of Erin and Curtis (probably to the hired photographers dismay, as I was literally right next to/behind them most of the day. oops.) throughout the day so I could share them ASAP with them after the wedding (instead of waiting for what seems like dreadfully long to get the hired photogs' pics back).

Erin and Curtis' wedding wasn't until 5:30pm on Saturday, so they decided they'd do pictures before the wedding.  After spending all morning with the other bridesmaids and Erin getting our hair and makeup done and getting ready, we headed off to Erin and Curtis' favorite park by their house so they could do their "first look".  I am NOT an emotional personal AT ALL, but holy cow, tears were a'flowin'.  I blame the hormones.

First off, how gorgeous is Erin?!!  And how cute are they both seeing each other for the first time?!!  So darn cute.  I really did shed a few tears (so unlike stone-cold Alex!) and I'm not ashamed to admit it.

After their first look we loaded onto the party bus and headed over to another part of the park to take some group pictures with all of the bridesmaids, groomsmen, and ushers.  My trusty assistant (and loving hubby) Mike snapped the ones of the girls (as I was indisposed) and I think they turned out awesome.  Since he's doing a LOT of photography now with his new job, he's really got the handle on snapping pics when I need him to.  All 4 Mooney brothers were ushers and I think they all looked so dapper and handsome in their tuxes.

After pictures at the park, we headed to downtown Kirkwood for Erin and Curtis to get some pics at the train station.  I had to go potty so Mike headed out there to snap some pics of them.  All of these photo credits go to him!  Isn't he good?!! I should bring him along to second shoot for me!

After a much needed potty break (cause I was chugging water while everyone else was chugging beers! haha!) we got a few pics snapped of the different bridesmaids and their significant others in front of the train station.

We were going to try and go to Ted Drewes for some more pics and ice cream, but it was getting late so we headed up to the church to settle in for a bit before it was time for the ceremony to start.  In the meantime my aunt and mom sent me these adorable pics of Patrick getting ready.  I die.  So cute.

Patrick and Lizzy both met us at the church and we got some super cute pics of them snapped before the wedding.  Patrick luckily only was his sickly screaming self for a few...most he just had this sad puppy look on his face (can't you just see it in his eyes that he's not feeling good?!!).  I did manage to get him to smile with me for ONE pic--probably because I was tickling his thigh and I know he can't ever resist that :)

Then it was wedding time!  Ahhhhhh!  Again, I totally cried when Erin walked down the aisle.  Dang hormones!  Sheesh!  But she looked gorgeous and I am so happy for her and Curtis that I literally was brought to tears.  It was so beautiful.  And the wedding was all of 10 minutes long (score!) so that was nice too.

After the wedding we got a few family pics in the church and outside in the cute little courtyard.  The weather was gorgeous and it just all around was the most perfect day.

We then headed out to the reception straight from the church.  I wish I'd have taken more pictures on the party bus and at the reception (total slacking on my part), but in all honesty I was so worried about Patrick not feeling well I kinda was focused on that.

yep. only reception picture. #photographerfail

Either way, the reception was awesome and so much fun!  (We did leave a smidgen early to go home and get Patrick to bed...since he was not wanting to go down for aunt Kate)  It was so great seeing all of Curtis and Erin's friends out there celebrating with them, and how truly happy Curtis and Erin are together.  I cannot wait to see what the future holds for this couple!  I hope they're having a blast on their honeymoon in Brazil!  Smooches to my new brother-in-law and his beautiful bride!
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