First up: what we refer to as "the fish light."
A few Mothers Days ago, I was down at the lakehouse and we were changing some things up on the screened porch. We switched the positioning of the picnic table and wanted it to feel like a space of its own. My mental gears started turning and I had a kooky idea that turned out pretty fun -- we put a ton of white Christmas lights in a vintage fish trap, and bam -- a lake-worthy chandelier.
My mom looks so cute in this one, and so I told dad to go join her.
After dinner Friday night, I bathed Camille, changed her into her pajamas, and then brought her downstairs for storytime. My aunt bought her some Mercer Mayer books, so I packed one for her to read to the babe. It was such a sweet moment.
My uncle was quite smitten with the Millster. And I think the feeling was mutual.
The kitchen goddesses worked their magic. And I just sipped my prosecco. :)
The weather was rainy outdoors, so the menfolk brought the dartboard inside the porch and got a good game going.
As you can imagine, I didn't get to hold my own baby too much with all of those loving family members around, but it was great to see her so happy in everyones arms.
It was a great weekend together and I love having these photos to show Camille when she is older! No doubt she is one adored babe.