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Family Road Trip

This last weekend, we took our first family road trip. We had the opportunity to be a part of Adam and Rachel's wedding. It was a beautiful wedding, amazing venue - and we could not be more happy for Adam and Rachel. We wish them all the best and can't wait to be a part of their married future.
We set out for the 4 hour drive with a bit of anxiety (not knowing how Callie would do) but she was a fabulous traveler. The 4 hour drive took us a bit longer (due to feedings) but we always seemed to be able to find a Burgerville to stop at.
The wedding was spectular and we felt very loved by the Roselli family! (I haven't met another family that is so good at making people feel like family and giving out hugs!) Pastor Preston did a fabulous job and the Graham family had a blast at the wedding.

The beautiful couple

Pastor Preston

Pres and Kris

On the way home we stopped at Multnomah Falls and took a very small hike (with about 100 other people). It was beautiful!


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