Congratulations Layne and Greg!
This past weekend we were honored to attend the wedding our cousin Layne, and her very strapping husband, Greg Potter.Â
This weekend was a “first” of many things for us.Â Our first airplane ride, our first night away from home, our first three-day-pass to pacifier heaven…
We got to play with so many of our family members.Â And, I have to say, the girls were marvelous.Â
We got to see our great Granny again and we made quick work of all her magazines and breakables.Â She was so gracious to allow us to spend some time with her in her cozy home.
We got to eat cookies, cookies, cookies!Â Tess:
Tessa wanting a bite ofÂ Nora’s cookie:
The wedding was beautifulÂ for so many reasons.Â It was beautiful in itsÂ own right–asÂ two people share their love for each otherÂ with their community of family and friends–and it was beautiful in the thoughtful detailsÂ and the labor of love that it took to piece each part of it together.Â Layne and Callie, Joyce and Mike, were all so gracious to us and so patient with us.Â And we appreciate it and give thanks to them.Â It seemed like such a whirlwind of a trip to us.
But I did take one moment to look over atÂ Layne and Callie at the reception.Â And in the midst of all of the excitment, I caught a glimpse of theÂ future.Â As the two of them leaned into each other to tell a story, to make a comment, to whisper a secret—I saw my girls.Â
There is a unique bond between twins that is so incredible I cannot find the words to describe it.Â But I can see it.Â
And, as we raised our sippy-cups to Layne and Greg in celebration of the wonderful life that they will live together…
I was also reminded of the life that my girls will share with each other and allow us to be a part of.Â We should be so lucky and blessed to have such beautiful, wonderful girls as Callie and Layne…And for that, I raise my glass.