On Monday Adam and I celebrated our 1 year anniversary.
Here is one of my favorite photos from our wedding day - our frist dance as husband and wife.
To celebrate, we went to Baltimore for the day. With the city only an hour away from our new house, it was a great getaway. We saw a lot of the city we had never seen before.
We started our day walking around Camden Yards and then visited Babe Ruth's birthplace.
Unfortunately, it rained the entire day so after our visit with Babe, we made our way to a nearby bar to wait out the rain. After 2 orders of fried pickles for me and some local brews for Adam at Pickles Pub, the rain held steady. So with our new Orioles umbrellas, we ventured to Little Italy.
I had homemade manicotti and Adam had a caprese panini.
We will definitely visit this restaurant again!
After lunch we made our way to Inner Harbor for dessert.... 2 delectable pieces of cheesecake from where else than the Cheesecake Factory!
Next we headed to the National Aquarium. Even though it was a busy Saturday, we got to see everything, including our favorite - the sharks and sting rays. We even saw an enormous sea turtle who was missing his front left flipper, which made him all the more adorable!
Here I am on my wedding day and then... a little rounder... 1 year later, along Inner Harbor.
After a short rest at the hotel, we visited the neighborhood of Canton to feast on a dozen crabs at Bo Brooks. A great treat!
Adam picked his crabs and saved all the meat until the end. He had a big bowl of buttery crab to enjoy.
After dinner, we ventured to Fells Point. We wanted to visit America's oldest saloon, The Horse You Came In On. It was packed. We had to wait in line just to get in. Even though I felt awkward in a lively bar with my big belly, we had a good time (for the 20 minutes I lasted). There was a fun band and the girls liked the music. They were kicking away!
Before we headed back to the hotel, I had to have some gelato at Pitango - chocolate and pistachio. A great ending to a great day!
So when our official anniversay rolled around on Monday, we got the top tier of our wedding cake out of the freezer.
The gorgeous cake on our wedding day:
And one year later:
Not as delicious as we remember, but it was fun to reminisce about our beautiful wedding day.
It was a wonderful anniversary! I can't wait to celebrate next year with our girls!