The weekend was amazing. The weather was perfect, crisp and clear like our wedding day. We spent the afternoon relaxing in the sun watching the boats go by, just talking to each other without interruption. I brought the photo album(s) from our wedding - we had over 15 rolls of film that our friends took during the day and I put into books as soon as we were married and I adored, but after life with kids started we never got to spend any significant time looking at.
Going through those albums, alone for the first time since the kids were born and we understood what parenting meant and what autism and sensory processing disorder could do to try and break us into a million pieces, we talked about what that day actually meant to us.
Of course it is always going to be one of the three most incredibly special days of my life, but together we talked about how that day was totally focused on the fact that we were with all our family and friends, and that this, 10 years ago, was the last time we were all together celebrating with the people who meant so much to us.
So this year for our 11th, we decided that our celebration would be to try to bring our friends and family back together to that day. We hope this quick video will bring you some smiles.
And for our friends we weren't able to share the day with (blame Tony's large,
We can't begin to pay you back for the support you've given us, but we appreciate you every second of every day.
Love you always,
Kris and Tony
p.s. Some people are having trouble watching the video below on mobile phones - here is the direct youtube link if you need it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nknM3vfu7c