Friday was a fun end to a full month of Mary Bradford learning all about the pilgrims, Indians, and the feast they shared. They even made butter, dipped candles, made an old fashioned toy, and painted with feathers. She really liked watching a movie about the pilgrim William Bradford!
After school was over.....and OUR Thanksgiving holidays began (yay-out for a WEEK!) we headed to Mt. Cheaha to Nana and Pop's cabin and enjoy this.....
(view from the cabin's deck, so nice to see for miles and miles)
the girls love playing with cousin Jackson......and what a sweet boy Zingo game after Zingo game after Zingo game........
talking about making the smores and making the smores went over a lot better than actually "eating" them....but Brad and I sure enjoyed them!
"> We also celebrated Aunt Amy's birthday with a wonderful steak dinner. We are very thankful for such a fun weekend, thanks Nana, Pop, Aunt Amy, and Jackson!! We love you!
The girls really enjoyed a recent photo shoot for my sweet friend Stephanie's store Eloise and Henry....please check out the link if you have not already! The CUTEST children's clothing store ever....if you happened to need pj's for Christmas she has all sizes, colors and styles!
I do not think Brad and I could have enjoyed the Halloween season with the girls any more than this year! We have had a blast every second from my grandmothers' fall festival at the Terrace....to fun at mimi's house with our sweet cousins..to Eastwoods fall FRENZY/Kindergarten Parade (and yes Gray really took to principal Mrs. Greer) ....followed by a really fun neighborhood hayride-trick-or-treating party, Princess Jasmine and the cheerleader/ballerina had SO much fun!