Monday, April 04, 2011




These are a few pictures of us with Philly's siblings, his two sisters Rachel and Andrea. This was in Florida, maybe on Christmas day? I'm not sure. I feel like these pictures demonstrate a lot of how I feel about Philly's family. We went hot tubbing and swimming quite a bit while we were there (the weather was gorgeous). I had suggested strongly that we all jump into the pool holding hands. For those of you who know me (who would read this who doesn't know me??) this is not an outrageous request, and I am sure a few of you have experienced my begging. I don't know why, it's kind of silly. But the point is was that I was indulged. I truly felt like Philly's whole family accepted me and loved me for who I am. I felt so at home and comfortable and we have so much fun together! I know Philly feels this way about my family too, which makes me just feel so grateful! I am so excited that we can be apart of each others families and make more memories together!


I get to marry him!

5 comments:

Trent & Lindz said...

Bridie I am so happy for you! It is so comforting when your family embraces the man you love. Trent fits right in with my family and I've always felt loved by his and it means the world to me! You guys make such an adorable couple :)

Rachel said...

I think that was probably one of my favorite nights over Christmas! I'm so glad that we finally got Andy to do it!! :) I can't wait to meet your family at the wedding. I have a feeling that they are going to be pretty awesome. :)

Melissa said...

I totally get what you're talking about! Garett's sisters were my roommates in college... and all I wanted to be was a part of their family. (Not that I didn't want to be a part of my own, of course.) But I wanted to be a McDonald... so I found a way! Bah!

cameron & lauren said...

i wanna see your ring.

Patti said...

They look fun!

I like the last picture of Phil. It's funny to me.

Did you know I sent an email to a photo booth company asking them for a quote to bring one to the wedding? I was extra absurd that day.