Yellow ducky baby shower.

When I was back in SF, my girlfriends threw me a very fun yellow, ducky baby shower! It was so nice to see all of them.

I’m the first of the group to become a mother so there was a lot to discuss!

Lily & Tori did such a nice job pulling everything together… and they sent out the cutest minted invites

They had prepared an adorable arts + crafts project for us: decorating onesies!

It was so fun to do some coloring… you get so out of touch with your creative side in your day to day life.

I am so thrilled with how they all turned out!! Lily and Tori had found Crayola’s fabric markers, which you set just by putting the fabric in the dryer for 20 minutes = brilliant!

I couldn’t get over how tiny the onesies were, but then I got to thinking that I do hope he / she is that tiny upon arrival, for my sake! It’s hard not to be nervous about the birth… but it’s really nice to have friends you can talk to about some of the less than pretty parts of that whole deal!

After arts and crafts, there were yummy cupcakes!!

Oh and I have to show you the spread as it was so lovely… salads, meats and cheeses, fruit, veggies, and quiches. The perfect menu for a ladies lunch!

And there were mimosas! 

Most of all it was great to get to catch up with dear friends I see far too little.

We went up onto Lily’s roof to take some pics with the bridge.

It was the most glorious day and made me miss San Francisco so much.

The bridge!!

It’s a tough city to beat in terms of good looks.And of course I miss my girls to pieces!

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