Scotty and Amy came up on Friday night and we enjoyed a fun night out with a few drinks and dinner, and then back home for prezzies! Sibling love!
Christmas with a belated birthday present thrown in.
Monograms and jammies...my two favorite things!
Not the fanciest of spreads, but something simple since I knew we were having heavy Italian for dinner. And yes, I took a photo of the meat spread...like I said, document it all. :)
My dessert in champagne glasses, thanks to Pinterest!
Found these fun holders at Hobby Lobby, threw on a sticker and tossed in some tissue paper for a fun way to hold the chips.
Also made up these tags for each glass, and I thought they turned out so cute.
Molly, I know you'll love seeing the straws...I just couldn't resist. :)
After such a fancy lunch consisting of sandwiches and pasta (does it make me sound lazy?), we headed out to walk around the city. The sun was shining, but it was definitely a bit windy.
I promise my brother enjoyed the day, even though this grumpy face says otherwise.
Even stopped to take a few shots inside the shops..definitely making us look like tourists. :)
After getting some shopping in and just enjoying walking around the water, it was time to get my parents checked into their hotel. Rob was so sweet and used some of his Marriott points to set them up, and holy cow did Marriott set them up! Rob and I asked for a nice corner room, high floor with Harbor views, and Marriott took it a step further. Our jaws about hit the floor when we opened the door to the LINCOLN SUITE. That's right, no room number, but a named suite. High rollers here in B'more..or that's at least how we felt. :)
Not a shabby view. The ships and Harbor area are to the right.
Now that we checked them in, it was time to celebrate!
Attractive photo as I'm popping the cork - Rob captures it all!
Cheers to my Mom and Dad! Love you to the moon and back!
My incredible family!
As the drinks were being poured, I tortured these guys with the camera.
After enjoying some cocktails and the amazing view from the room, we walked over to Little Italy for some dinner. The weekend ended with breakfast at one of our favorite diners the next morning...all in all, a great way to celebrate 45 years! So that about sums up our weekend, cheesy photos and all. Happy Anniversary Mom & Dad! I am so truly blessed to have such an amazing family, and I'd be lost without them.