It was so nice to gather together with our new friends that we have met since we moved here. Everyone has been so welcoming towards us and we feel blessed to live in a neighborhood that is filled with lots of children. I think that it will be such a great experience for Ryan and Henry to grow up surrounded by friends and a family-centered atmosphere.
1. turkey sandwiches with cranberry jelly 2. orzo pasta with a random assortment of veggies 3. fresh strawberries and cranberries 4. acorns: donut holes, chocolate sprinkles, and pretzel sticks 5. pumpkin pie dip with apples and nilla wafers (recipe from girlwhoateeverything) 6. fruit turkey: pear, grapes, blueberries, cheese for nose and legs 7. snack mix with bugles, pretzels, m & m's, dried cherries 8. goody bag with pirates booty and fall stickers 9. turkey cookie pops: vanilla oreo, ritz cracker, candy eyeballs, candy corn
The little guys decorated turkeys with foam stickers and colored Thanksgiving masks. Most of their time was spent eating and running around the house playing with Ryan's toys and train table. They wouldn't really slow down long enough to snap a decent picture, but at least we got a few pictures of the moms. It was such a fun afternoon!
We are looking forward to seeing a bunch of family tomorrow on Thanksgiving Day and eating lots of food at my aunt's Thanksgiving feast. Happy Thanksgiving to you all!!!
Ryan and his Cousins on Thanksgiving