Eleven years have come and gone and life has changed so much along the way. Our family has doubled in size, various homes have come and gone and our careers and dreams have evolved along with us.
We’re very different people and a very different couple to the one that got married all those years ago. Many view change within marriage to be a bad thing, but it is in fact simply inevitable. The important thing is that through it all, the good, the bad, the new and exciting, the same and mundane, the fears and frustrations, the surprises and the joys, we stick together and as we grow and change as individuals, we change together.
May we continue to walk through life together, growing and evolving as we dare to dream and strive to be the best that we can be.
Thank you for believing in me, but most of all thank you for believing in us. For believing that together we’re stronger and that together we really can do anything we put our hearts and minds to.
All of my heart…
… these eleven years and counting,
Happy 11th Wedding Anniversary!
Well it has been ten years, Husby. TEN YEARS!
Ten years since I walked down the aisle to you. Ten years since we became Mr & Mrs. Ten years since we officially became a family, just you and me.
And ten years on you remain the most important person in my life. The person who knows my hopes and dreams, my fears and failures and continues to love me through it all.
Thank you for honouring those vows, for sticking with me through the better and worse of marriage and for loving me so well. You really are one of a kind and I really do cherish you.
All of my heart…
… these ten years and counting,
Happy 10th Wedding Anniversary!
Dear Daddy Man, you really know how to woo a girl! I’m so lucky that I get to date a guy that takes me plane spotting at the airport and lets me eat the chocolate cake all to myself. Thanks for being the best example of what a boy should be; kind, generous, fun and romantic, you set the bar high and love me so well. Lots of love, bear hugs and crazy smiles from you number one girl, Blossom xx
Dearest Daddy, when I grow up I want to be an adventurer, a dare devil, the female equivalent of Bear Grylls! That’s why I like to crawl backwards through bushes, poke worms and swing from bathroom sinks. Thanks for teaching me to brave, for catching me when I fall and laughing with me when I lick my stinky feet – not many people find that cute, but you just get me. Lots of love, flying kisses and belly laughs, from your cheeky mini me, Bubbles xx
Dear Husby, another year and another daddy’s day. How lucky we are to have you in our lives to celebrate. I know you prefer words over gifts so let me say it loud and clear. I love you. I appreciate you. I believe in you. All of my heart, Wifey xx
Happy Father’s Day!
Your Christmas present from you to me is definitely one of the best presents I’ve ever had. It’s up there with my heirloom treasures, the surprise lemon meringue pie picnic and the Aladdin trilogy that made me cry! This year you really nailed my love languages, the gift of quality time couldn’t be more perfect!
Thanks for carrying the ridiculously big box all the way up the Mount in the early hours of Christmas morning just so I could be wowed.
I can’t wait to put on my hiking gear and start trudging round this little island with you again. Rain or shine I’m gonna be one happy wifey lady!
All of my heart,
Once upon a date night you asked me which ten celebrities I would invite to a dinner party and never one to think on the spot I couldn’t possibly give you an answer without giving it some serious thought. Well it’s been about 18 months and finally, I have completed my guest list! Wanna know who made the cut?
Ladies first we have Maggie Smith, Angela Lansbury, Emma Watson and Mayim Bialik.
Followed by the gents, David Suchet, Stephen Fry, Ewan McGregor, Roger Federer, Benedict Cumberbatch and Bear Grylls.
I hope you are in approval as I intend to send out the invitations later this week. We may need to finally invest in some wine glasses and a few more chairs for that matter, we can’t really ask Dame Maggie to perch on one of the garden chairs like we do with the youth group!
As always, thanks for helping me to ponder the important questions in life, the ones that stretch my mind and grow my imagination. Dating you is always full of fun, I’m a very lucky lady.
All of my heart,
Next date night question for you to ponder… “If you bought a boat, what would you name it?”
Dear Husby, can you believe that it’s already been nine years since we said “i do”, or rather “I will”? Where has that time gone? Well I’ll tell you…
In nine years of marriage we have moved house 7 times, bought and sold property twice, visited 18 countries together, been to college for a year, had two precious babby girls, drank far too many Woodies takeaways and watched The Lord of the Rings so many times that we’re officially geeks.
You’ve introduced me to crunchy peanut butter and 80’s action movies and I’ve introduced you to Hercule Poirot and eccles cakes. You’ve taught me how to play chess, to appreciate (some) sports and to laugh at myself way more often than I used to. But most of all you’ve taught me to dream, to hold on to hope, to not shy away from adventure and to live life with an open heart.
My life is all the sweeter because of you. You are honest, you are generous, you are charmingly cheeky and you have great legs – it’s a killer combination that won my heart back then and still does now.
All of my heart…
… these nine years and counting,
Happy 9th Wedding Anniversary!
Dear Daddy Man, when I grow up I hope to be a bookworm, just like you! Thanks for reading the same stories to me again and again and again! Thanks also for being the best of fun, for teaching me about dinosaurs, playing hide and seek in the garden and even dancing the wiggly-woo. You really are my sunshine. I love you more than Boo and Anna’s chocolate cake – and that’s a LOT! Lots of love, thumbs up and zoidbergs from Blossom xx
Dearest Daddy, when I was born I thought I was going to be a mummy’s girl, after all she does have the milk, but then I realised that you give the best tickles and make the yummiest dinners so I have now decided I am in fact a daddy’s girl. This is why I save all my best smiles for you! I love you more than snuggly swaddle cloths and chewing my little nutbrown hare. Lots of love, raspberries and slobbery kisses from Bubbles xx
Dear Husby, thank you for making me a very happy lady by making me a very happy mummy. I love how much you enjoy being a daddy of girls, watching you with our daughters blesses my heart every day. Thank you for being the perfect mix of both gentle and strong, you lead your ladies well. All of my heart, Wifey xx
Happy Father’s Day!