|Getting ready to carve up our 19 pound bird!|
|Carving up the turkey|
|The sides - stuffing, mashed potatoes, squash, broccoli casserole, gravy, corn, cranberry, and rolls!|
|Georgia trying out the turkey, corn and squash. Her favorites ended up being the cranberry and roll!|
|Why it is always a good idea to wear stretchy pants on holidays!!|
Of course, Georgia still thought that we were going to Mimi's house for Thanksgiving. When I picked her up from daycare on Wednesday afternoon, Georgia's teachers told me that she informed them that she was going to Mimi's house to eat "turkey and corn on the cob." When we got home, she promptly told me that she was leaving to go to Mimi's house! The long drive didn't seem to bother her, so she changed her tune and told us that Mimi was coming to us.
I had high hopes to get out and run the neighborhood 5K turkey trot on Thanksgiving morning, but those who know me well, know that I don't run when the temperature is in the single digits. Typically, Thanksgivings have been warm here in Maryland, but this year was a rare exception. It was FREEZING all week long!
|Wearing her heavy winter coat to daycare last week|
Although we did spend a good portion of the long weekend just hanging out in our jammies, I did manage to squeeze in time for my most favorite Black Friday activity - shopping! Georgia and Nick enjoyed a quiet Friday morning while I was off hitting all the good sales in the area from 4am until late morning. After a quick nap in the afternoon, we were off to our next adventure... ICE! at National Harbor and Georgia's first fireworks! Stay tuned...