Family, Love, and Laughter

This past week, Isaac and I celebrated our second wedding anniversary:

It's hard to believe it's been two whole years.

We talked about doing something nice like getting a couple's massage or going to a fancy dinner, but it just didn't feel right.

(Maybe next year.)

Our life is all about family, love, and laughter.

To really celebrate these three things, we decided to spend the day playing with Grace and hanging out with my family that included my sister who happened to be in town visiting from Kansas.

We woke up, got ready, and headed out to eat.

Our first stop was my dad's house. He'll be working a lot of days in a row without having one off, so we wanted Grace to see him for a bit before that started. She had a lot of fun running around the house and banging on his drums:

Next up, a stop at Baskin Robbins. Isaac and I have been going there together for our ice cream fixes for nearly ten years:

After our yummy snack, we headed to my mom's house to celebrate with a barbecue with the whole family.

My stepdad, Rick, got some delicious steaks and my mom made some great side salads.

While they were cooking, we played outside since the weather was so beautiful (and by beautiful, I mean rainy and cool):

It was such a gorgeous, relaxing day. We got to spend some time chatting (just the two of us) which was nice. Since we got married two years ago, we've both graduated from UNLV and added the most beautiful, smart, funny little person to our lives. It sure has been a roller coaster, but we wouldn't change it for the world. 

Before we know it, we'll be celebrating out fiftieth anniversary, so we know that it's important to make each day special. Our family is filled with so much love, and it's more than I ever imagined it could be. We spend most of our time laughing which I think is the most important part of life. I'm so thankful to have found such an amazing husband, father, and best friend in Isaac. We're definitely the luckiest people in the world.

Love you, babe!

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