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This past Sunday Rosemary was Baptised!
It was a wonderful day and Rosemary did so well in church and after at the party (for the most part).
Rosemary was baptised at the same church my parents go to and the same church me and my husband were married at a year and a half ago. The mass was at 10AM, so it a very early start for us being that the church is 50 minutes away.
We left the house by 8AM so we had time to stop by my parents and drop off some things and change Rosemary into her gown.
We got to the church around 9:30AM just to be early in case there wasn't pews reserved for us. I was starting to get a bit nervous about Rosemary now as she'd been up since 7:15AM and she's usually taking her morning nap by 9AM. Plus, this was her first time at church and I wasn't quite sure how she'd do with all the people and noise.
Thankfully, Rosemary did perfect during the mass! She fussed a tiny bit at a few points but was fine as long as I was holding her.
I felt a little bad that J and Rosemary's Godparents didn't get to hold her much during it, but they got in a bit of time with her towards the end. Jessica (her Godmother) ended up holding her during the most important part of the Baptism, so that was nice.
After the mass we had small party for Rosemary at my parents house who live five minutes from there. It was really nice except Rosemary was pretty grouchy by this point, so it wasn't much fun for her. I tried to get her to nap, but by the time she finally fell asleep, she only slept for 20 minutes or so. Stubborn girl wanted to be up the whole time for her party!
By the time we headed home around 3PM we were all pooped!!
Rosemary slept for about another half hour on the way home and finally went to bed around 7PM. What a long day for her! Me and my husband were exhausted so I can only imagine how she was feeling with no morning nap and a short cat nap or two in the afternoon.
It was such a special day for us and Rosemary was absolutely beautiful in her gown. :)
I'm so happy my entire family could be there for her special day and I'm glad Rosemary is finally officially part of the church too!
I was honestly surprised by how proud and happy I was of/for her as she was getting baptised. I almost cried! I realized then I am so going to be the Mom that cries at every single event in my daughters life.