When you graduate, you have this mindset that you are going to stay in touch with everyone forever. The idea that the world you know will become any bigger is just not comprehendible. There were a little less than 500 in my graduating class, probably 1,500 total in the high school. I can honestly say I thought that me and these 1,500 people would just…grow up together. Much to my surprise, many moved very far to attend college, study abroad. Some stayed, some moved just houses down from their parents. Some got married super quick (raises hand), some had a baby or two, while others just became a family of five it seems overnight. I have a handful I am close and keep in touch with but I rarely see most anymore, when I do—it is the *best*. There is nothing like running into someone you knew as a dumb teenager.
This mama was one of those awesome Blue Springs people. Still awesome, still beautiful, and now..a mother of two. She got the perfect combo, boy first, then a girl. Her oldest is a happy-go-lucky goofball that I a-dore. Little Savannah is just cool and content, it will be amazing to see how they grow into their own little people.
Was a perfect and beautiful day, we played trucks, we ate muffins, we stuffed baby into all sorts of pretty things. It was a good day. Here is a peak of our fun!