Friday, November 27, 2015


We had a great Thanksgiving break.  Preston left the Thursday before for our break to go on a quick trip to India.  So, Saturday morning I packed the van and we headed to my sisters house for our week off of school.  The kids had so much fun playing together. 

Nathan loved to slide, slide and slide some more.  At the park or there house, sliding was in his mind.  His conversations would be:
I want slide please, please, please, please, Mrs Firnberg, please.  Mrs Firnberg is his kindergarten teacher and he likes to talk about her all of the time. He also really enjoyed the cupcakes Aunt Nae Nae had for dessert.  Since he is so thoughtful, he ate one for himself and one for Mrs Mary Jo, his beloved instructional assistant at school.
Nathan loves cupcakes and his nutritionist wants us to pack as many calories as possible.  He is extremely active, nonstop, so he is 6 and weighs about 30 pounds.

Owen loved swinging, jumping on the trampoline, bowling and watching football.  Owen is always happy with every activity!  We loaded some new games on his computer and he enjoyed playing those too. 

Logan and Cooper spent just about every waking moment together. Uncle Philip brought home a giant box, which they quickly made a fort out of. 

On Uncle Philip's day off, he watched all the boys and the girls went on a shopping trip to Destin.  It was tons of fun!
Karis worked hard to live up to the name on the Coke bottle she selected from the machine.  She definitely spent the week keeping me on my toes.  Even though she is being quite spunking, I am so glad she is doing stuff: playing, hugging, and just starting to act like a kid.

Preston landed in Birmingham Wednesday night.  My parents picked him up from the airport and brought him to my sister's house.  

Thanksgiving was lots of fun. The house was full. My cousin and her 3 kids joined us too.  
Nathan frosted his cupcake and then ate all the frosting off of it.

A few pics from Thanksgiving at school.  The kindergarten did a parade.

Thanksgiving performance at church.

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