Lisa Seacat DeLuca, Joyce Washburn Richardson, Kathy Lynne Seacat (formerly Richardson), Emily Seacat DeLuca, and Olivia Ivy DeLuca… four generations of women.
Friday was JR’s wedding. Mom wanted to leave around 2:30 to get there for the 4 pm ceremony because apparently traffic can be rough. Jake was on his way out the door so Steve jumped in the car with him about ten minutes before we left. When we were almost to the ceremony I get a text from Steve saying to get off of 417 because there was a wreck and Steve and Jake were stopped in traffic. Not sure how they were still on the highway, maybe they took a different exit than us. There was a good amount of freaking out at the wedding site when we told everyone the father of the groom was stuck in traffic with no ETA. Luckily Jake wasn’t alone and Steve was able to help communicate with us all on when Jake was going to arrive. The venue, Leu Gardens, was very adamant that the place closed at 5 pm and we had to be off the property by then. According to Steve, Jake almost walked and even thought about stopping a motorcyclist to get to the wedding on time. He was not going to miss his sons wedding. Luckily things cleared up and they made it to the site around 4:34 pm. In the meanwhile I helped with some photo distractions.
Wasn’t Savanah gorgeous?!? I loved her dress.
So glad Jake made it on time. They were even picked up by a golf course and rushed to the ceremony site.
The rest of the wedding was pretty uneventful. Nathan slept through the ceremony on Katie’s lap and Anthony played peek-a-boo with Sam. The boys stayed with a babysitter at Lonnie and Leslie’s during the reception so Steve and I got to do a lot of dancing. Everyone looked beautiful.
Congratulations J.R. and Savanah!
Aunt Katie decided to swing by Baltimore on her latest trip to visit her family. We met Aunt Katie, her mother Ellen, and West and Townes at the Baltimore zoo for an afternoon of animals. Steve and I decided it would be cheaper to just get a zoo pass for our family. It was $125 for a year and we could go as often as we wanted with up to 4 children and a guest. So hopefully Ann gets to take the boys with a friend every now and then. West was talking up a storm and took a liking to Anthony. They were so cute hugging each other goodbye. When we got home we took some pictures of everyone.
This was the first we’ve seen Townes in a very long time. He was a character, walking everywhere with his super red hair.
This was the best we could do as far as trying to get a picture of all of the boys together. Anthony and Nathan had just woken up from a nap so they were pretty grouchy.
Thank you Katie for going out of your way to come and visit us!
Steve and I got to meet our newest nephew while visiting Montana, Townes Thomas Seacat. He was such a good baby that it made me want another baby… or two. He is absolutely beautiful!
I definitely don’t remember our boys ever being this small even though I know they were. Babies grow up way too fast! Take lots of photos Mark and Katie so we can watch him grow up. Thanks for having us in your home.