except we didn't even have cupcakes! Seriously Chris always says "go big or go home" and so I went big, he went bigger, and it was a blast. I think what inspired the bash was the fact that last year when the babies were born it was truly one of the saddest days in my life. I felt I had let them down, we were worried Rachel would die, and we felt bad that they were so fragile in this big world. In contrast when Harmon was born and was completely healthy it was probably one of the happiest days in my life.
So to mark what has been a year of miracles we went all out. We had tons of food, 4 cakes (each baby had a smash cake and than we had a real cake in honor of each baby), a huge waterslide, pinata, and 50+ guests made up of dear friends and our big families. Everyone had a blast (especially little Harmon who we had to drag off that slide kicking and screaming twice) but more importantly it was a celebration. When last year was filled with sadness and fear on this day; this year we rejoiced! We celebrated 2 wonderful babies who are our miracles and complete our family perfectly :)