Hope everyone had a great Father's Day. I know I'm a little late with writing about it, but my life isn't exactly "boring". Ever since becoming a Dad, it seems like there is always something to consume my free time. Unfortunately, writing is done during that free time.
It's a cool feeling to be able to celebrate Father's Day from this side of the spectrum. I mean, I, or should I say "we", spoiled Mommy for her first Mother's Day, so I knew that I would be in return. I told my wife not to go crazy, because I don't care that much about receiving gifts anymore. But I did get some cool new shoes! It's amazing how much things change as a parent. The littlest things mean the most.
We actually had Brynlee's baptism on Father's Day, so not only did we get to celebrate that, but we had the whole family with us. Couldn't ask for a better day. We had her baptismal gown custom made locally here in Chicago. If you would like a reference feel free to send me an email!
Nine months old is a little late to have a baptism, but we are so indecisive about things that it ended up taking this long to get everything figured out. It all turned out really well. The church was beautiful and did a great job with the baptism. A lot of our family was able to come and help celebrate her big day. The brunch afterwards at the White Tail Ridge Country Club in Yorkville was great. And most importantly, we WEREN'T LATE!