I built this chalkboard frame last week since I didn't have anything else going on.
Yes, I built that! With a measuring tape, hammer, nails, staples, paint, stain and glue! Even the frame too! And I am loving it!
Each person wrote down something they were thankful for
and hung it on the tree.
My mom and I finishing up in the kitchen
The little kids table.
My mom brought this cutest paper table cloth for the kids table with dot-to-dot, word games, tic-tac-toe, and things to color.
I used these silver candlestick holders that were passed on to me from my Grandma Brock and used this casserole dish with a silver serving tray that was from my Grandma States. I loved having these reminders of both my Grandmas.
Abby set the table and wrote out the name cards.
There is one neighborhood left in our whole entire state that still has maple leaves on their trees. Yep, I stopped in there Thanksgiving morning and gathered a few :)
Carl made the best mashed potatoes. He can mash potatoes (He can mash potatoes!) Seriously, so good!
I'm still full!
Dad and Brayden
Ricky showing Mom how to use her new toy. He brought her the new iphone 5. I think she's learning it because she has already sent me several Thanksgiving pictures. Yay!
Lisa & Ricky
Whenever Grandpa's here the Lego's always have to come out.
Too full to move.
Showing Grandma & Grandpa how to FaceTime!
We missed Robbie, Tricia & Taylor so much, but it was great to see them on FaceTime! I love this picture!
The next morning, bright and early, us girls headed out for some Black Friday deals.
These girls LOVE to shop! Wonder where they get that from?
First stop Starbucks.
Taking a break.
Yeah, that's us :)
Hope your Thanksgiving was filled with lots of food, family, and friends as well!