Hope made a turkey plea right before Thanksgiving...
Don't touch that turkey! Don't eat me because I am cute. I am also harmless. Plus I have never don anything too you that would kill you.
Her plea was in vain. Cute, but in vain.
The beginning of our festivities started with a Thanksgiving lunch at school.
It's cute that they still want me around.
Per the usual, we loaded up the family wagon and headed to the great North to see my side of the family.
The traffic was bonkers, like straight up bonkers. THEN THIS HAPPENED.
We safely made it to the land of milk-and-honey where we discovered it was time to buy FOUR new tires. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO US.
But we made it safely, so it's all good.
Thanksgiving morning Paul was up with the sun to make preparation for the bird, and then I made it down in time for the parade. I like my side of the deal better.
Mom set a pretty table, with each of the ladies getting a gift of a Fitz and Floyd Santa. Plus her homemade fudge. Oh, and I'm on a weight loss challenge, so how sad am I right now?
And then the bird that didn't make it, even with the plea of a cute eight year old girl. Really, Paul makes the best turkey, ever.
My sister, my mom, and myself were hoping for some cold weather.
So he's two, and we all knew he was there, because he's TWO.
His baby SISTER! is arriving this month, and we are all beyond excited about that!
And of course the round the table photo that my dad has made famous. So look over to the right, do you see Camden at the table? I COULD JUST DIE. We tried to get him to sit at the big table with us, but he was having NO part of that. He wanted to do his own thing. It looks like we've banished him from the family, but I promise we didn't. I just can't believe he stopped and looked up for the picture. Seriously, he's so cute.
As we do each year at Thanksgiving, there was also a birthday celebration.
And as I look at these pictures I'm reminded of the yummy food I ate on that one day. Blasted weight loss challenge.
Until next year pumpkin pie.
I miss you.
Thanks Mom and Dad for another great Thanksgiving!