Happy Thanksgiving!

Did you have a great Thanksgiving?

We went to Allan’s parents’ house. Allan’s mom made most of the meal, including the best turkey I’ve had in years.

I made the kids some headbands and fall badges in the morning.



The kids were loving all the food.


Especially Payson. My gosh he ate a lot!

A couple hours after the meal we went to the neighborhood park to throw around the football and let the kids burn off some energy.

The light near this tree was pretty so I asked the girls to come over so I could take a couple pictures.


I really like this one.



After taking some pictures we headed back to where Allan’s mom and Payson were. And just as we did a woman walking some dogs stopped by. They were beautiful dogs and so friendly.

I’d left Payson in this backpack while I took the pictures of the girls since I knew he’d be sprinting across the field as soon as his feet his the ground. I got him out at this point, though.

Allan and his dad threw the ball back and forth.


Payson ran for the ball at one point when it fell on the ground.

This kid loves sports.


After playing for a while it was time to head back.



When we got back we talked and had pie and eventually gathered our stuff and came home.
So yeah, a fantastic Thanksgiving spent with the people I love ๐Ÿ™‚

4 thoughts on “Happy Thanksgiving!

  • Happy Thanksgiving to your Family!!

    I love the headbands they look great on the kiddos.

    Glad to hear your family had a nice holiday ๐Ÿ™‚

    Beautiful pictures…

  • Great head dresses. My brother and I used to do that as kids every year. We'd use paper grocery bags and cut arm and neck holes and make “fringe” on the bottom with the scissors and then draw hieroglyphics all over in crayon and we'd re-enact the first Thanksgiving for our extended family using our stuffed animals to fill in the missing pilgrim parts. Great memories.

    Glad you had a good day. Your weather looked fantastic.

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