Thanksgiving. It's all about family. And specifically in our family, it's all about the littles! I look forward to seeing all of them and my kids look forward to seeing all of their nieces and nephews together. There is nothing better than cousins getting together for holidays. When I was a child, I remember holidays with my cousins - I had something like 35 cousins, last time I counted. And we didn't see each other sometimes for half a year or longer, but it didn't matter how long - we just picked up where we left off. There was never an uncomfortable, get-to-know-each-other-again period. That's the beauty of cousins. It's like siblings, only without the baggage :) My older four children didn't have cousins to hang out with when they were growing up. They see the value of keeping their own children in touch with their cousins, though, and that is a blessing. I haven't posted pics of my family in a long time, so I thought I would post some today.
|Sugar works for Goldfish crackers :)|
|He loves his 'Scout'.|
|I keep one cupboard in the dining room empty for the Littles to play in. They call it "The Mousehole" :)|
|Lighting the candles on E's "Birthday Pie"|
|"I want this one"|
|Getting sleepy with Papa John.|
|Switching over to Uncle's lap.|
I hope yours was a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. Take a peek at my food blog I just started -
Tasteful Regards at tastefulregards.blogspot.com. I posted my instructions for turkey soup. It's very cold and snowy here in MN and I'm in the mood for lots of comfort food, how about you?