This past weekend, the hubs and I celebrated our 4th anniversary. I couldn't have asked for a better mate. He is kind of awesome. It's been a great and tough year for us. From being pregnant, to have an emergency delivery, to our month in the NICU and staying at the Ronald McDonald house and now being on separate schedules, life is all over the place. We really needed a mini getaway to hang out with each other.
It was a great time to go back to the mountain where we got married. It's the weekend of "the world's longest yard sale" so we packed up Archer and headed to North Georgia.
Archer got to meet his Great-Grandmother and Grandfather! It was a special time seeing him love on them. They are wonderful people. I married into a great family. Cody's mom was there helping out at the yard sale so she brought Coleton and Kylee along. We had a blast doing the yard sale and even made a few bucks.
Archer played with all the kids. They would push him around in his stroller through the yard. It was cute. He got some good napping in outside.
Aren't they cute in their Newspring Empty Tomb shirts? Twins.
Carlye and Hannah loved playing with him. They thought he was so funny in his jump jump!
Aunt Kelly and Uncle Daryl babysat for us so we could take a day trip into Chattanooga. They all had a great time and Archer got a good kitchen sink bath that night. Uncle Daryl was so nervous, but we all know Archer loves water so he just splashed water everywhere!
Cody and I rented bikes and road through the city after having lunch at Rembrandt's in the Art District. It was so good! We had so much fun riding bikes. We were really nervous since we were riding on main roads with lots of cars, but it was fun. After riding bikes we went to go see Guardians of the Galaxy and cool down! It was a super funny movie. Cody loves Marvel movies. After the movie, we walked down and had BBQ at Sugar's. Unfortunately, it was that great. We walked across the street and go truffles afterwards and that made up for a not so great dinner.
Before we went home, we drove up to Sand Mountain to visit our wedding venue, Sunrise Farms. It was a beautiful evening. I am so thankful for the fun day we had. I miss my husband during the week even though we see each other everyday. It really only is in passing. We do long for the weekend so we can spend time together. We know right now our situation is perfect so that we get so much time with Archer and don't have to put him in daycare so we are trying to enjoy every moment. One day we will miss this.
Happy Anniversary, Cody! You are my favorite.