From our honeymoon! We went to Mystic,CT for the weekend and it was absolutely wonderful! It was low key, stayed at the Whalers Inn, had amazing food, went to a winery, toured the vineyard, enjoyed a tasting, explored the town, admired quirky galleries, and RELAXED! It was absolutely perfect. Maybe next week I can post some wedding photos!
Has been great. Nico and I both never thought we would feel different after tying the knot, but it does. For me personally the lingering feeling of our relationship being temporary has gone away. We are in it for the long haul. I love Nico with all my heart and the family we have created makes me incredibly happy.
We also feel like we can back to some order in our home. Since April we have been busy planning Adonis’ birthday and then a wedding right after. Every weekend was busy with birthday parties and family events. Even though I have a 5K and party next weekend and this weekend we are going away for our Honeymoon, our weekly schedule has finally gone back to normal. Every night except last night I’ve spent cleaning, and there’s still a lot to do. I have yet to do spring cleaning and it’s July! I’m contemplating of holding a tag sale in August or giving away stuff on freecycle. Also in August it’s Luca’s second birthday. We will certainly do something small and low key with just family. I’m all partied out and we need to really start saving money.
Life is good over at the Webster household, we want to thank everyone for the well wishes on this new chapter on our lives and to all who gave us love and support❤️
With love and gratitude XO,
I can’t hold it in anymore. We have been keeping this big secret for about 2 months now. Only our closets friends and family know, but in two days a big milestone is happening for us- and we couldn’t be anymore happier and excited!
Let me start from the beginning…
I’m not sure if I have ever shared this on the blog, but my father’s health has never been the best. Back in 2000 he was diagnosed with Leukemia. He almost passed away twice when he fell into a 6 month coma in 2001. He survive his battle with cancer I believe in 2007. In summer of 2012, when I was pregnant with Luca, my dad was diagnosed with Wegener’s disease. his health condition is not well. My great grandmother as well is battling issues with her health that come with her age. In mid May both my great grandmother and dad were in and out of the hospitals battling their illnesses. During this time we got word that Nico’s grandmother will be here from France in July. So Nico and I discussed and we decide let’s push our wedding date up. We decide “hey let’s get married on the Fourth of July.” Nico’s family has an annual party every year and I had this great idea to surprise my family, but now only my great grandma and my grandfather are out if the loop. They think they are just coming to celebrate my birthday- originally my mom was going to just tell my grandma that she’s taking her to the casino but since it’s my birthday on the third my mom told them I’m having a party. I’m probably am just going to end up telling them they day of, haven’t decided yet.
Everything is coming together now, my friend’s grandmother made the bride’s maid’s dresses within two weeks, I got a simple gown from BCBG, and the grooms men are going to be dressed to the 9s. Our boys will be our ring bearers and my best friends’ daughters will be our flower girls. Even though there will be a chance of rain, we are looking forward to spending this special time with our family and friends. We will have something a bit more formal next year, but with life being so short I didn’t want take a gamble of not having my father or grandmother there along with Nico’s grandmother.
Someone pinch me, I’m going to be Mrs. Webster in just two days!
At the beach earlier today, it was Luca’s first time and the boys had a great time! #latergram