Friday, November 25, 2011


I am exhausted after spending the morning shopping out with all the other crazies on Black Friday.
It was definitely more crowded this year than the last few years but still fun.


I thought I would share our Thanksgiving photos while hubby is giving the girls their baths but I've gotta make it quick cuz I have Christmas shows to watch with them when their done ;)
We spent the day at my parents eating, watching Rio(Brooklyn Loves that movie) and we may or may not have drank a few glasses of Wilson Creek's delicious Almond Champagne :)

Here's Kayla all cute and ready for Thanksgiving of course Brooklyn couldn't pose for me. 
That girl hates the camera!

Atleast I got this cute one of 'Gamma' and Brooklyn

Kayla and her great Grandmother and Papa.
So thankful my girls have the chance to know their great grandparents.

Here's the newly engaged couple!

Mom and me

 and now for the most popular one at the party.................

 Yum, this makes me want a turkey sandwich!
Check out Kayla waiting for Papa to give her a taste :)

With all the desserts we had to choose from, Brooklyn opened the pantry and pulled out these cookies and was happy as can be.
Cookies and the movie Rio, what could be better for dessert?

Another great Thanksgiving.
Now lets pull out all of those glittery decorations and get ready for the most wonderful time of the year people!!!!!


Kiri said...

Your little family is so cute! Glad you had a great Thanksgiving! Also just wanted to tell you I loved your last post about leaving the housework unfinished and cherishing small moments with your cutie girls :) Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

Joanna said...

Very cute pics! I'm following you through the Thanksgiving blog hop.


Colleen said...

Funny story, I am reading this and both kids heard the music and go "what's that?" They recognized it!!

Anyway, adorable pictures of you and everyone! Glad you guys had a good day. I have yet to post any. Busy around here!

KERRY said...

Great family pics Shannon!! said...

Shannon, looks like Thanksgiving was just as it should have been. Filled with family and food and love.