White Coat Ceremony

B’s White Coat Ceremony was a fabulous celebration, to say the least.
I had so much fun cooking and preparing for the brunch I held at our house before the ceremony:
B’s oldest sister got “bear” cookies with little white coats on them. So cute!
I was so proud of him! He’s worked so hard this past semester. I got teary-eyed at the end of the ceremony when all of the first-year’s stood up and we applauded.

It’s nice having a boyfriend who goes to an osteopathic medical school—he already knows how to crack necks. I love the face he’s making while he’s cracking his sister, Michelle’s neck. [oh, brotherly-sisterly love]
Michelle and I having fun in the cadaver lab =)
My parents and me after dinner. I was so happy they came down for the day to celebrate with us.
It couldn’t have been a better day! This past weekend was B’s 23rd birthday and we had another family celebration. 2010 is proving to be a pretty awesome year!

13 Replies to “White Coat Ceremony”

  1. Hi There! I actually just came across your blog randomly and it has brought back so many memories! My husband is an intern right now and we've been together all through his med school. I'm new to this blog thing, but would love to keep up with you! Its a fun 4 years of a relationship you're in for…that's for sure!

    I know I have my blog set to invited readers only, but would love to add you if you would like!

    Congrats to your Boyfriend! It is quite an accomplishment to celebrate! 🙂

  2. Hi Lindsey, thanks for stumbling upon my blog. Yes, I would like to follow, but I don't know how to. Is there an invite you send me? I'm still figuring out this blog thing myself! =)

  3. Hey Katie! After doing some research, I *think* all I need is your email address and then I am able to invite you to read my blog. It would be much easier if they had a "friend request" type button! You can email me your email if you arent comfortable putting it in a comment on here… my email is lindseybug14@gmail.com 🙂 I'm excited to have stumbled across someone who can definitely relate to the unique lifestyle of having a doctor (or soon to be) as a significant other! What an adventure! 🙂

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