It’s been forever since I’ve posted and honestly I am so happy to be back! Back in April, I found out I was expecting my third baby and I couldn’t be more shocked and overwhelmed by the morning sickness I endured. Which has thrown me off my whole entire schedule. I was so sick that I couldn’t get out of bed and I also exhausted ALL of my PTO (paid time off) after we came back from Paris. Needless to say, we celebrated our one year anniversary in July. We did a simple dinner in the city due to the fact that I am constantly uncomfortable and didn’t want to travel LOL.
Ed and I got married at The Waterfall in Claymont, DE on 7/16/17. It was the most beautiful day of my life, no lie. The staff at The Waterfall treated us like royalty and I wish I can live that day all over again! In celebration of our one year anniversary we wanted to share a Q&A as well as some unseen wedding photos from our big day. We hope you enjoy!
- What was your first thought/emotion as you drove away from your reception as husband and wife?
My first thought was “OMG we really did it!”. I was shocked that we pulled our dream wedding off and became husband and wife with the best intentions. I remember us discussing our wedding day when it was only a thought and then to come to realization that it’s over and done with was amazing.
- What was your favorite part about planning your wedding?
My favorite part of planning my wedding was knowing that I had full control. Knowing that I can control every intricate detail.
- Where do you want to travel next?
Ed wants to travel to Turks and Caico next. I would like to visit Rome, Italy!
- Any advice for women in a relationship waiting for their man to propose?
My first advice would be to NOT RUSH! Cliché but true. Don’t rush the process. Also, when dating I would definitely ask one another whether marriage is in the future. Some people date when knowing the other person has no intentions on getting married and that can cause a conflict later on down the road.
- What have you learned in your married life versus being single?
When I was single all I had to worry about was making myself happy. When you are married your objective is to make your spouse happy and that was the biggest learning lesson for me because I’ve always lived in this bubble of “It’s my world” lol.
The Five Love Languages is a really good book to understand this concept.
I hope you all enjoyed this mini question and answer blog post. Definitely leave a comment if you are interested in more questions and see you next time!