And Now We Are Having A Baby

I just realized that morning sickness makes me one inefficient blogger. PUuuuuuUUUUUuuuuuuUUUUUukey.

But I also realized that on mornings like these it is nice to be tagged on a meme from Mandee, because also cleverness and morning sickness aren't compatible either so at least I can answer questions. We all win.

1. Where did you meet your husband?
I met Chup at a New Years Eve party hosted by Lisa and Topher at my parent's house. I asked Topher to introduce me, but he forgot in his merry-making, so I introduced myself. I was very, very recently single, almost too recently. But I knew I had to make my move fast. I also enjoyed Lisa's stuffed mushrooms at that party. And I accidentally punched Wendy at midnight and gave her a bloody nose.

2. What was the first thing you said to your husband?
Hey shorty!

No, I can't remember.

3. Where was your first date?
We went to Park City for his birthday, to shop for new clothes and enjoy the mashed potatoes at Zoom.

4. Where was your first kiss?
On my parent's trampoline. He told me that he wanted to be friends but I could see that he also wanted to kiss me. I have that affect on men (wait, is that a good thing?) I encouraged him to kiss me anyway, knowing that a smooch would change his pro-friend-only mind. It ended up that we were not kissing compatible. It was bad. Anyway, we fell asleep and my mom woke us up the next morning with her sing-songy voice, "Good morning you two!"

5. Did you have a long or short engagement/courtship?
We dated for almost a year before our engagement.
Very short engagement, I can't really remember even. A couple days?

6. Where did you get engaged?
At the steak house that used to be on State Street in Orem (I can't remember the name.) Chup whispered in my ear "Will you be my wife?
And the Caesar salad was really tasty.

7.Where did you get married?
We eloped to the Clark County Courthouse in Las Vegas after we had prayed about it. We knew we were supposed to get married that day. It was completely spontaneous, but very sweet.

We were sealed later in the Provo Temple by my grandfather Layton Jones.

8. How did the reception go?
Receptions are death. I would never have one in my life.

9. How was the honeymoon?

None of your business.

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