As I mentioned, Sean and I celebrated our 12th wedding anniversary yesterday. So, we celebrated it all weekend.
Sean and I celebrated together Saturday by going to dinner and a movie at one of our favorite places. Thank you, Mother and Daddy, for making it possible.
Our actual anniversary was Sunday, and Sean cooked dinner for me.
We toasted our anniversary as a family with 7-up and root beer
It is important to us that something as huge as a wedding anniversary is celebrated together as a family. Sean and I started our family 12 years ago by being united together as one. Then, we started the process of creating a bigger family with the birth of our first, second, and then third and final baby. Our family blesses us each and every day, and we want our children to know how important our marriage, our family is to us.
In typical Summer fashion, she performed a post dinner song and dance for us. As I was videoing it, I thought, “I could not re-create these moments if I tried.” They are precious and priceless.
Since Sean prepared an amazingly awesome dinner, I made him a Sweetheart Milkshake.
We ended the night by Sean being an amazing papa and husband. He watched Scooby Doo with the littles while I retreated to another room to watch the Golden Globes. Thank you, Sean!
It was a wonderful anniversary weekend. We had a date night and a family celebration. It was truly good and perfect in every way.
Just like this Cajun Chicken Pasta that I found on The Pioneer Woman’s blog. I have made it several times over the past couple of years. But, I must admit that Sean’s was the best one yet. He is an amazing chef, and I love that he prepares delicious meals for me on special occasions.