I love a lazy sunday after a long fun filled week. We spent the day as a family at home our only outing was to church. After church and sunday school we went home did lunch and all took a nap! That is also my favorite sunday afternoon activity.
Lucy and Mommy at sunday school. She was not happy about having her picture made.
Look how long my little girl is! Afternoon swing time. I love her face! The End.
Woo Pig Sooie! We gathered at our house today to watch the Razorback's play LSU. I just love watching the hogs! I'm also thankful that football season is almost over because the hogs make me stress eat. I think we went through two bags of chips during the first half!
Jonathan and Lucy.
Eating and watching the game. Lucy follows Taylor everywhere. TLC was in our room playing the xbox while we watched the game. Emma Grace. My sweet husband. Taylor and Laura. The End.
We are crazy. We fought the crowd. Cut in line. Ran around. And scored big. If you consider a pack of disney princess barbies, video games and $5 playdough scoring big.
We got to Target right as they were opening. The line was wrapped around the building and then weaved through the parking lot. I've never been one for following rules (actually I have) so we cut and were one of the first 200 in. Don't judge me.
Here we are waiting to check out. It was ridiculous too!
Our Thanksgiving Day started off with Thanksgiving Chocolate chip waffles. Lucy really enjoyed them! After she finished her waffles she asked for chocolate donuts. :)
Aunt Emily came over that morning to snuggle with Lucy. We had a small Thanksgiving lunch that consisted of a salad and turkey sandwiches. We didn't want to spoil our dinner so we kept it simple. Lucy washed her hands. After nap we went over to the Cobles to finish preparing dinner.
Homemade pie. Cooking. A Thanksgiving Fit was thrown. More smiling. A Thanksgiving puzzle was solved. I busted out my blessing cup for our Thanksgiving feast. If you know me at all then you know the story of the blessing cup. I'm thankful for this little face. The Boys. The appetizer. French Onion soup stuffed Mushrooms from the Pioneer Woman. I'm thankful for my husband/baby daddy. My sister is thankful for her baby daddy too. Please note that Laura is rocking a pair of skinny jeans. Silly Sisters. My sisters. Emma Grace cheesing. The blessing cup speech. Taylor was teaching us a thanksgiving song. The cutting of the turkey. The Feast: Turkey, Honey Baked Ham, brocolli cornbread, dressing, homemade gravy greenbean bundles, mash potatos and sweet potatos. The turkey again. I am very Thankful. I am thankful for my family. We went around the room and said what we were thankful for and I said my family and when it got to Jonathan he said the internet. I love him and I am thankful for him. Happy Thanksgiving.