Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Abundance.

Join me for a little Thanksgiving day recap.
Crafts.
Cousins.
Recital.
Lots of food.
Charlie Brown.
Soccer.
Cupcakes.
Sugar high.
Concert sing along.
Abundance.

31 comments:

  1. Looks like it was an awesome Thanksgiving! I love that Pilgrims wore pink polka dot galoshes. =)

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  2. Have I told you lately how awesome you are?!

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  3. I read the guest post about the blessed to bless bags and started this tradition in my home this year as well. I have a 16 month old, and loved that everyone could be involved. Such a neat way to teach about giving back. Thanks for leading the way and for sharing your ideas. I really enjoy your blog {especially the insanely hillarious posts about flying- sometimes I forward the link to my husband and he swears that I must have somehow hi-jacked your computer!}. You are an inspiration!

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  4. your daughter's eyes are so gorgeous. :)
    gina

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  5. What a wonderful thanksgiving! I would love more info. on the Blessed to Bless bags. I see the Ruples have referred to it, but I am unsure where to find the post. It sounds like an excellent idea.

    What a wonderful dinner shot!! That table is awesome and I hope to one day have one that size filled with family and friends!!!!

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  6. Wow, so much blessing and beauty happening in these pics, I don't know where to start! Loved your assembly line for the B2B bags and your table...whoa. You're another level of talent, lady.

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  7. I love it all.
    Bald baby with that turkey headdress is priceless.
    And your aqua pumpkins - fab!!

    ~Keri

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  8. can you come decorate for thanksgiving next year at my house....yes please...lol

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  9. Looks like you had a fun Thanksgiving. Your dinner table was filled! :)

    You're daughters are just beautiful!

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  10. OMGosh I want to be part of your family! What a way to celebrate Thanksgiving and teach your kids to give. Love the big family table and all the details!

    Megan

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  11. YOU ROCK!! Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful day and family with us!
    My fav pic is your little one w/the cupcake!
    Priceless!!!!

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  12. What a wonderful and beautiful celebration!

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  13. Love it! I giggled out loud seeing Janey's turkey band. So festive and fun!

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  14. your house is so fall-ish. :) hee hee hee.

    those pilgrim dresses are fab-u-lous!

    those bags are awesome.
    we had a man come to our car on an over pass in a wheelchair asking for money. i was so bummed i didn't have a bag to give him! i must get this done! you are inspiring julie!

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  15. Wow! Looks like you had a fantastic Thanksgiving! I love the blessed to bless bags - I think that's a great tradition!

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  16. As usual, adorable 'chillins :)

    Looks like you truly had a blessed and abundant Thanksgiving! God is so good!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Kind Regards,
    Nicole

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  17. I love it, the girls are adorable! And because I am so random are you drinking a Mountain Dew? Yuck-o, shocking if so even to me the self proclaimed Dr Pepper cannot hang with that stuff.

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  18. I'm in love with your Thanksgiving!
    Pilgrim. Hats. No. Words.
    :)

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  19. What a great recap!! I love that awesome ginormous table you have!! And those pilgrim costumes!! I am guessing you made them? And the bags . . . I am going to start doing that. thank you so much for all of your wonderful ideas.
    xox
    cheryl

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  20. Looks like a great day! I love the sugar high pictures. We enjoyed the same here! :)

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  21. Looks like you had a wonderful holiday!!

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  22. Wow! What fun! And your girls looks so precious!

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  23. Your Thanksgiving table looks like a Norman Rockwell painting!

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  24. It looks like an amazing Thanksgiving! I'm glad you and several other people did the Blessed to Bless Bags. We did not because we don't see anyone homeless in our little neck of the woods. But I do think it would be fun to do some of those bags before we go on future vacations because we usually do see the homeless then.

    Love the turquoise pumpkins on the mantel btw!

    Hope you are having a relaxing week. :) I do know how much work those Thanksgiving dinners can be. ;)

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  25. I heart your thanksgiving table! Your are truly blessed with a big loving family!

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