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Jenny & Ash's Wedding

Yesterday was Jenny & Ash's wedding! It was fabulous too. Jenny, my lovely sister-in-law, looked stunning in her dress, and Ash, her new hubby, scrubs up well too :oD

Jack got to be part of her entourage down the aisle. He looked great in his little waistcoat and cravat <3 Tom got to wear the same outfit even though he's too young to be trusted to walk with the Bride. They both looked amazing. Jack was very well behaved doing his "bit" and I could have been more proud! Even George managed not to cry during the ceremony.

Jenny planned the day really well too, and the weather was fab, so after the ceremony folk went outside and the kids played on the lawn with toys and games she'd brought, and loads of bubbles. After the wedding breakfast Tom whipped his shoes and socks off to run around bare footed on the grass! Jack just went mental playing with his cousins, and George was passed round the whole family for loves & snuggles.

I think the kids loved the disco best though (I got a wee video of them dancing), and I am a little worried about Tom's obvious liking for Lady GaGa. Jack didn't want to leave! When it started to get late me and Rach took the smaller kids (Tom, George & Ben) back to Jenny's (where we were staying) and Jack stayed to party with his Daddy and cousins. Jack made it back around 11.15pm, having only fallen asleep in the car on the way back - and only wanting to come home coz his cousins had all gone to bed, little Party Animal!

So all that's left it is to say a big congratulations to the new Mr & Mrs Knight, and well done for throwing a brilliant wedding do!

A couple of Pics: http://www.flickr.com/photos/chiggster/sets/72157625710954541/with/7276088704/

Vid of the kids having a boogie:



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