Traveling with a baby, more so the idea of traveling with a baby is very stressful. I didn't realize how nervous I was about the whole trip until the night before and I couldn't sleep. It could have been a complete nightmare. Now I know for sure that I have the best baby in the world.
On top of Marshal's support, I also was lucky to have the support and help from my sister and her boy-friend. It was nice to have the extra help in the backseat, so Marshal could focus on driving. Honestly, it was a really easy trip, direction wise. Nashville is very direct and the hotel was right off the highway.
It was such a quick trip to Nashville, I'd like to go back sometime to see a little bit more of the city. Once we checked into the hotel and did a little victory dance, we went out to Noshville Delicatessen for an early dinner. I have to say, I was a little disappointed. I thought it would be like the best sandwich I had ever had, mostly because it was ten bucks, but it really wasn't all that special. The service was stellar. Molly made a friend in the waitress. She was bringing Molly crackers for smiles and even gave us a doggy bag of cookies.
After dinner, it was time to get ready for the wedding. I prayed the whole way up that I hadn't forgot anything. It was the moment of truth when I pulled out the suitcase to find everything I needed. Once everyone was dressed and groomed, I relaxed big time. It was like I had a giant imaginary list, and every time I could say check, I could relax that much more.
The wedding was beautiful. I spent most of the mass and ceremony running after Molly in the back, but from what I saw, it was absolutely beautiful. I wish I had taken more pictures, but it was way past Molly's bedtime. When you have a sleepy baby, picture taking gets put on the back burner. But, I do have a few more pictures that I'll leave ya'll with!!