So. As I can’t seem to post regularly, let’s just get to the point and say… I cannot post regularly. It seems an impossibility. And that’s alright. I was thinking today, one of the main reasons I started this blog, was to feel like I still had something to do and say other than babies. It was right after Cael was born, I had just finished university, and my life had made a drastic change from university and work… to everything baby. This blog kept me sane. And while I still love it, and it might become a sanity-thing for me again in the future, right now it’s just a thing I do when I feel like it. No pressure. Anyhow. That was my HUGE realization of the day, after feeling bad (once again), for not posting. Ever.
But here’s how I make it up to you. With wedding cakes, wedding pictures, and the cutest boys ever!
Oh. And some wonderful news!
Baby numero three will be joining us early November! That was worth waiting for, eh?
On to the cake. This was for one of my best friends ever. And she had free-reign over what kind of cake she could have. Obviously. She was the bride. But this was epic. For me anyway. Three-tiered goodness. Chocolate cake sandwiched with peanut butter cream cheese frosting. Followed by white cake with a lemon curd filling. And topped with white on white. All completely covered in white and daisies. Super cute, super yummy. What more could you want? Really.
Another cool this about this wedding was that I got to travel to a warmer place. All the way to North Carolina. Which was pretty cool. Actually, it was wonderfully warm. Especially since it hasn’t gone over 10C here in weeks (except for that one random day).
Sarah was a beautiful bride in her lovely lace dress. So gorgeous. Got to meet up with another best friend that I hadn’t seen in quite awhile (you’ll remember her from this wedding cake). Which was super great. Super duper great.
Since then, we’ve had my birthday, a trip to the zoo, and rain.
And that’s that! Maybe next time I’ll have some belly pictures and a recipe for ya! That’d be nice, eh? Maybe. Here’s to hoping.