Monday, November 21, 2011

I Almost Forgot

In October we went to a wedding in a cave! I can't believe I almost forgot to blog about this! The cave was called Bridal Cave and they actually have lots of weddings here every year. It is definitely a unique choice of wedding venues. Here is the link if you're curious.

This is where the bride and groom stood. There was room for about 40 people in this opening inside the cave and it was pretty well full, so the picture isn't the best.

Here is our little family. Molly enjoyed being able to run around and play instead of being in a church-haha!

Luke decided to further explore the cave after the wedding was over. He took Molly along for the ride. It was a neat cave-as far as caves go I guess. The lights were turned off just a short ways down there so they didn't get too far!

 The wedding reception was also in a cave (crazy huh?). It's called the Cave Restaurant and the website is here. The ceiling to the restaurant was actually the roof of the cave and inside it was all set up as a regular restaurant--very bizarre and definitely unique.

This wedding was one-of-a-kind for sure and we wish Luke's cousin Amy and her new husband a very long, happy marriage. What an experience of a wedding!!

Wednesday, November 16, 2011


 Molly was Pebbles Flintstone for Halloween this year. We thought it was pretty fitting since she has the red hair and typically wears it in a pony tail on top of her head to keep it out of her face. All we had to do there was add a bone clip! I made the costume & it was relatively easy. In total, her costume cost $1.98 in fabric to make & the rest of the supplies I had.

What do you think of the resemblance?

We had a really fun time with Halloween. It was Molly's first trick-or-treating and although she was pretty scared to walk up to anyone's door, she really enjoyed the candy! Her first stop was at Grandma Debbie's house, which was pretty special because she was Grandma Debbie's first ever trick-or-treater. They have always lived out in the country and were either taking the kids around or home-just too far out for anyone to make it by.

We tried to take some photos before heading out, which proved to be quite the challenge with Molly & Kelly. Neither of them were very cooperative about showing off their costumes, as you can see in the expressions shown below.

Hope everyone else had a very fun Halloween and thanks to everyone who we trick-or-treated! Molly ended up with quite the goody bag!