Pat&Kristi's Baby Gender Reveal Party!

While I'm an old-fashioned girl when it comes to finding out the baby's gender before he/she is born, I must say this was a super-dee-duper fun surprise way to reveal.
 My sister went all out for the reveal of their baby, complete with boy vs. girl voting, pink cake and blue cake, pink and blue ice cream, pink candy and blue candy, pink and blue decorations, and THE BOX. 

THE BOX that held pink or blue balloons... just begging to be set free!
While the plan was to eat first and open the box later, that plan quickly got rearranged ;) by the begging  quiet suggestion of a certain very excited auntie. 
So out we all went to the yard... and the pictures can tell the rest!

so fun to not only see for ourselves what color would come out,
but also to see their reaction to what color came out!

God never ceases to amaze me!

---Kristi thought some of these pictures were just so silly of her, but I think they are beautiful... 
pure and overflowing joy is always beautiful.


  1. Definitely not silly! Pure joy! Love this SO, SO much....literally crying tears of joy and thankfulness :) God is awesome! Thanks for sharing!

  2. These pictures are fabulous!! Thanks for sharing, so everyone can join in on the fun!

  3. Kristi's face made me cry too! Then laugh! So, so happy for them. (and you Auntie K!)

  4. I loved the fun way they shared their news and the pictures of Kristi are some of my favorite pictures ever!! so adorable..how can that little guy ever look at those pictures of his mommas face and wonder if she was excited!! HA! :) love it all and so excited to see what a little boy Miller looks like!

  5. WOOHOO!!!! I'm glad I'm not the only one that teared up seeing these pictures!!! They definitely capture the emotion & excitement! What a fun thing to do!
    Thanks for sharing! Congratulations Miller family!

  6. Why are my eyes wet??? : ) This is absolutely beautiful!

  7. I don't get it... who put the ballons in the box? Was Kristi surprised too? Or was it to surprise everyone else?

  8. Arlene the party store people opened the envelope from the dr. and filled the box with blue balloons :) So it was a surprise to ALL of us, Pat's included!

  9. O MY GOODNESS!!!! HOW FUN is that!!!!!!!!!

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