|Newlyweds and newly Christened. Me, Hasse and Jonas|
Today it's 29 years since Hasse and I got married. How time flies when you have fun :-)
It's also 29 years since Jonas Christening. We did both at the same time. First we got married and then we went out and fetched Jonas, into the church again and Christened him.
On the top photo from left: Danniel, me, Malin, Hasse, Jonas, Gunilla and Staffan.
The photo below have our family and friends and us in the middle
It was a gorgeous day. We were married in our, where we lived at the time, little church Hammary church,from the 12th century. We had invited 85 guests, both family, friends and co-workers.
Our host couple were our very dear friends Kitte and Janne.
After the wedding we went to the reception where we served dinner. We had a good contact in catering so luckily we got a good price. We also had a bar, dance and we partied rather late at night. I couldn't drink since I was breastfeeding Jonas and my friend couldn't either becuase she too had a baby and breastfed. The funny thing is when I came home at night I took of my dress and bra and I had so much rice (you know that you throw on newlyweds) and that combined with breastmilk was almost porridge ;-)
One thing that is sad is that I never had a bachelorette party and that is, of course, because I just had had a baby. Jonas was almost 2 month when we got married. I can sometimes miss that I didn't get to have that. Not the party with just drinking but doing fun things together with your friends.
It has been 29 years filled with happiness and sorrow of course. I could fill a book with everything that has happened during these 29 years. We have now 5 children, 6 grandchildren and one greatgrandchild on its way. 1 had one, Hasse had 2 and then we have 2 together (children that is). Our youngest children doesn't have any children of their own so we might have more grandchildren in the future :-)
We will celebrate today with a BBQ and our three sons that are living in Stockholm will come over and I'm so happy for that.