Saturday, November 28, 2009

THANKSGIVING

We didn't think to pull out the camera and get a picture of all of us at the table with our spread of Thanksgiving goodness. We had TONS of food and I won't have to cook for weeks. It was ALL so delicious, and the company was great too. Here are a few before and after pics that were fun.

Gma learning how to sword fight on the wii. She did pretty good. =)

Panoramic of the aftermath. Michele and Gma Penny are in the kitchen starting to clean up and Anandi and Penny are playing with toys while the rest of us take turns on the wii. Penny moves pretty fast so she's also talking to Dominic in this picture. Pretty soon after, the triptophan started to kick in and people got sleepy. It was a perfect, relaxing Thanksgiving evening.
The masked man in our house, how many times can you spot him?
Penny likes to randomly give the baby hugs and kisses. She keeps asking when the baby can come out so she can "hode him and luf him"


I am so thankful for my blessings and trials. They have shaped me into the woman I am today and I love my life! My favorite part about Thanksgiving this year was having everyone able to share it with at MY HOUSE. I've never done that before and it was a lot of fun to entertain in the comfort of my own home. =)

What was your favorite thing about Thanksgiving this year?

4 comments:

momhirt said...

my favorite thing was that i didn't have to cook a thing. no pressure. it was a totally relaxing day, and then i went to work...

Eva Jane said...

Mine was loving on little Carter and Jacob! Family is fantastic. Looks like you guys had a lot of fun. I love that Dominic is wearing the mask in one of the pictures... that kid, love love love!!

Lisa said...

Look at your long hair and cute tummy! Don't you love being pregnant?

It must have been nice having the feast at your house. There's nothing I love more than a house full of family.

The Shawcrofts said...

I love having Thanksgiving at my house, too. Although I think I am going to put locks on all the bedroom doors next year. There will be 12 grandkids running around. Scary!