Our Thanksgiving was a laid back kind of one. We woke up early and made homemade doughnuts while watching Curious George Christmas.
And ate lots of turkey:) That’s right, we were so full from eating the doughnuts that we decided to postpone our feast for another day. But if you asked my son we ate lots of turkey, I guess he was kinda right.
We made these little turkeys the night before Thanksgiving. I thought it would be a great project to do with the kids but they were a little too hard for the kids to help with and let’s be honest, they were more interested in eating all the candy then in helping momma!
That weekend we planned on making our Christmas wreaths. So we got all bundled up and headed out to cut some boughs. With 2 chainsaws in tow and 3 kids all bundled, we were off! SHH, we totally cheated and ended up parking the car on the road and walked in about 25 feet to cut down our two trees. (Thanks Uncle Pete, we stole two of your trees.)
My little girl was “told” the whole time. I guess that is what happens when you are wearing a pumpkin hat and snowsuit that is for a 6 month old. No complaints from this momma, I got lots and lots of snuggles.
He was such a good little helper and was ready to cut down every tree in sight.
But she was just to “told”!
She was like her brother, just LOVING it! We headed back home and began to make our wreaths. While momma and daddy competed over who was going to make the best wreaths the kids played around in the barn. Our little guy loves to disassemble everything with a screw in it. Seriously, EVERYTHING, we would complain, but oh how it occupies his time. And momma and daddy got to spend some fun time together.
Here is mommas wreath, it’s kinda embarrassing. Ok, not kinda, it is embarrassing. Not sure where this one is going to hang, surely not on our front doors.