Sunday, November 25, 2007

Glad to Be Home

We had a nice time in Massachusetts, but we are so glad to be home. No more traveling until after the baby comes! We had 2 Thanksgiving feasts, one at my dad's house and the other at my brother-in-law's house. The food was good and I got a lot of baby gifts from relatives that won't be able to make it to my baby shower.

Here are some pictures of our Thanksgiving weekend.

My sister made a Pear Croustade.

My sister-in-law made a Food Network Thanksgiving feast. Every recipe was from the Food Network.

My brother-in-law set up a lovely table setting. I think he said he bought the place mats, table cloth, and runner from Crate and Barrel.

Emeril's Big Bird

Cranberry-Jalapeno Relish

Orange You Glad It's Thanksgiving Soup

Emeril's Giblet Gravy, Savory Spinach and Artichoke Stuffing, and Butternut Squash with Thyme and Parmesan

The boys and their daddy playing a game of football after eating.

Caesar really enjoyed running around with the football in his mouth.

The boys wearing their retro vests that I bought from Old Navy last year. It was cold the day after Thanksgiving.


rohanknitter said...

Looks like you had a very tasty Thanksgiving! The pear dessert looks really good.
The boys are so cute playing outside and in their jackets.

Jennie said...

The boys look so cute in their little jackets.

Hannah said...

Happy Thanksgiving! Looks like a great spread, and those doggies in jackets are just the sweetest!

Rebekah said...

food network feast...what a great idea! I always watch those specials, but never thought of making everything for one meal.

and those vests are so adorable!

Kristy said...

Happy Thanksgiving! It looks like you had quite a feast. I love the action shots of the boys :)

flanthrower said...

Happy Thanksgiving! The food looks wonderful! I used a lot of food network recipes myself, all of them quite tasty.

Looks like your boys enjoyed the holiday too. They are too cute!

amandajean said...

all that food looks amazing!

I know that glad to be home feeling. I have that too. traveling with 3 little ones is not fun. neither are the sleep deprived nights that come along with traveling. ugh!

Danielle said...

Your Thanksgiving feast looks very yummy! I gotta say that my favorite part of your post has to be the boys in their retro vests :)

Octopus Knits said...

Mmmmm... the food looks great, and the boys are insanely cute (as usual)! What a great thanksgiving!