We have a third wheel in our house.
Okay, fourth wheel. Since Ricki technically thinks he’s a human.
But lucky number four is definitely Pooh Bear.
We have a thing for Pooh.
Even though we’re full-grown adults. We hold on tight to this beloved childhood character.
We even had Pooh come to our wedding. Incognito though. Cause he wouldn’t wear a tux.
Instead he contributed a quote to our unity candle.
Which I was going to post a photo of until I realized that you can’t see the quote, only the top portion. Just pretend you see it down there at the bottom.
Wherever I am, there’s always Pooh, There’s always Pooh and Me.
If you think this makes us childish, then you must know that we walked out of the church to ‘Star Wars’.
Okay, I totally did not prove a point just then.
Moving on. I was wasting hours on pinterest looking for inspiration for our gallery wall that we’re in the process of creating (more on that later this week). Progress has been made but now I’m stuck with the daunting task of filling the frames with meaningful things that will tickle me every time I walk up the stairs.
And I came across this quote. Thank you Pinterest.
How can you not love a childhood character that so perfectly sums up everything you’re feeling in a quote.
Life with Adam is such an adventure. Just the way it should be.
And this quote just belongs in our home.
What about you. Any childhood friends that have stuck around over the years?
For the record, my favorite princess was Belle.PAGECHECK