I hope everyone had a wonderful and safe holiday!  
We split our time between the lake and Dallas for festivities. 

I am so thankful to be an American and for this little family of mine. 



The first weekend of June, Parnell and I attended my cousin's wedding at Devil's Thumb Ranch in Tabernash, Colorado. The company was amazing and the scenery was unreal...perfection. 

The view from our room.
The view while having breakfast each morning.  Get real...

Congratulations to Mindi and Jay!  
What an unforgettable wedding celebration in the most magical location! 



It's been a minute...

Two weeks ago, Parnell and I were in Tabernash, Colorado celebrating the wedding of my cousin and his fabulous bride (more to come on that).  While we were there, we were receiving updates from my mom (who was in Dallas with Mercer), stating that Mercer wasn't 100%.  It got to the point that my mom felt it was best/necessary to go ahead and take her to the emergency room the morning we were due to fly home.  From the time we entered the airport, to the time our plane boarded, Mercer was admitted. 

Cue all the feels and a lot of in flight crying.

We landed and rushed to the hospital to see our sweet girl.  

Test results finally came back to indicate that we were looking at a viral infection and asthma.  I had let my mind go to much scarier places, so this I could handle.

We were then discharged and set up to continue treatment at home.  Mercer is doing much, much better and we are beyond thankful for that.  In addition, we are so thankful for my mother who was there every step of the way and the sweet doctor and nurses who were so wonderful to us. 

My my, our health can never be taken for granted and this was yet another reminder of that. 

We are thrilled to be on the mend and back at it with our #1 girl. 



We spent Memorial Day Weekend out at the lake this year.  We filled the days with golf cart rides, boat rides, swimming, and golfing.   



We are so thankful for the men and women who have served and continue to serve our country! 



On the way to the lake this past weekend, we were able to stop by the Platt "farm" to celebrate Margot's 2nd birthday.  
Mercer chose chalk and a sidewalk over the petting zoo and fruit over the birthday cake.

Don't let the cake pictures fool you, she licked the icing and immediately informed me that she was "all done". 

Cheers to two years sweet Margot, thanks for having us! 



Last weekend, we had the pleasure of celebrating the impending arrival of baby boy Hablinski.  Allison, who also happens to be the most adorable pregnant woman, made the trip from Houston to Dallas so we could celebrate her and we are oh so glad she did! 

The shower was at my house and I must give a shout out to Parnell, who assisted me with moving our living room furniture to the garage so we could set up tables and seating for the occasion.  He says it is never happening again...but...we shall see. 

My mom monogrammed towels for all the guests to take home with them, charity Wendy! 

Allison with her hostesses (missing Amelia who lives in Baltimore).

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