…the tweedest thing…

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Top: Joie Silk Blouse in Medium or similar here | Skirt: CeCe by Cynthia Steffe | Sandals: Rebecca Minkoff | Sunnies: Target, but similar here by Smith Optics | Clutch: old, similar by MANGO | Earrings: Kate Spade, old (similar style here)

It’s finally hump day, girls, and for me that means I have Wolfie’s wellness check and a bachelorette party coming up. I’m excited to see how much our baby has grown these past 2.5 months and to catch up with old friends and meet new ones!

I wore this outfit to Wolfgang’s baby shower thrown by my husband’s side of the family. We had a tea party at The Mad Hatter in Anoka that I posted about last year. The party had an Alice in Wonderland theme and it was very cute. My sisters- and mother-in-law made it really fun and special for Wolfgang and me. I don’t recommend the place as much as I did in my older post though because this time we were eating and chatting in the dining room and the manager came in and told us we were too loud (…?) because some other people were supposed to have a table in that room, but asked to be moved because of us. We knew who the manager was talking about too. A group of older women came in and loudly asked our table what we were celebrating. Then they looked around with their noses in the air and left. I noticed them do that, but ignored it at the time. We weren’t doing anything worthy of a complaint to management. If the woman who “talked to us” had taken a moment to assess the situation (instead of getting the complaint and marching in like she was on a mission) she wouldn’t have spoiled our tea party.

I come from a loud family of 9 so we’ve been told to quiet down before, but at least some of those times were justified. Have any of you had a situation like this?

 

 

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