Can’t believe it’s been three years since we got married! Time sure does fly (I feel like I say this a lot lately). Overall, I have to say, it has been an amazing year.
Shortly after our second anniversary, came the birth of our first child, Landon. This year has been full of learning how to care for our child and a lot of our time has been spent parenting rather than dating. We have gained a whole new appreciation for one another and realize how we need to work as a team to get things accomplished. It sure has been an adjustment from the single life, but I think I like our roles even better now.
This past year has had its ups and downs, but mainly ups! We hosted our first Easter, went on our first family vacation down the Jersey shore, lost what we thought was our “perfect home”, & danced to Bruno Mars in concert. I am looking forward to what the coming years will bring to us and our family!
TJ, thank you for all you do and for being a great father and even better husband. There is no one else that I would want to celebrate 3 years with, but YOU! Love you lots! Happy Anniversary my love.
Old Mr. Webster could never define, what’s being said between your heart and mine.
This past weekend, TJ and I celebrated our ONE year anniversary! Wow, how time flies. I feel like it was just last month that I was planning what accessories to wear on my wedding day and what type of wine to serve at our cocktail hour. 😉 What a fun year it has been. We have already done so much together and I am excited to see where the future leads us.
On Saturday, we met a few friends and family at Warwick Winery in Warwick, NY to celebrate. This is the winery where TJ proposed two years ago, so it is a special place to us. We spent the day relaxing, drinking wine and apple picking. The weather was perfect. I love this time of year!
On our actual anniversary, which was Sunday, we woke up early to get a head start on the drive to Pennsylvania. We decided to take a trip to Jim Thorpe, PA, due to a recommendation from my dad, and we were glad we did! We had such a great time! They had “a fall foliage” festival going on and it made the day even more exciting. When we first got there, we booked our tickets for a steam train ride…how cool? The train ride was so much fun and was a beautiful sight to see, especially this time of year!
We spent the day walking around the town and exploring the cute little streets. We had a nice lunch in one of the cafes and then embarked on a city scavenger hunt. We found a website the week before that allows you to download an app so that you can go on a scavenger hunt throughout Jim Thorpe. We had a lot of fun doing this. It was very interactive and had us going in and out of stores, asking for certain people and collecting certain things along the way.
After a fun filled day spent in Pennsylvania, we came home to eat dinner, exchange gifts and have some of our anniversary cake!! We had this cake in our freezer for a year now, so we were both happy to take it out and try some! Surprisingly, it was still very good!
Overall, we had an awesome weekend celebrating our first anniversary together. I look forward to the adventures that we will share together in years to come! In honor of our one year, here is a look back on our wedding video a year ago!