Loving on my little turkeys here.
Savannah turned 5 this month. Can't believe how fast the time goes, but we went to the park on her actual birthday and then...
went to the ballet studio to celebrate her party. How cute are these cupcakes below? And how sweet is my sister for ordering them dairy and egg free. Ansley sure enjoyed hers. :)
Sweet little church girls. This was on Ansley's first day of Bible Class. Now that she is 2, there are no more random sippy cups of milk in her classroom. I am helping to teach her class and am loving watching her soak it all up.
Addison had her first preschool program. Her (and my) class dressed as pilgrims and they sang some sweet Thanksgiving songs. The picture below is at the end where all of the classes sang together.
Most of my cute little pilgrims.
I hosted my Bunco group for November's party, and I was excited to set my table.
Our Thanksgiving recap: flying kites, making teepees and fun snacks, eating good food, and dancing gangham style.
Our family's thankful tree all full of blessings. This became our most special part of our day and our dinner conversations and we're trying to come up with a way to keep it going all year long.
The girls sporting their cool Auburn/Alabama football hats from Aunt Andrea gave them on Iron Bowl game day.
We also had a family photo shoot at Radnor Lake and captured the girls at 2 and 4. Aaron Yung truly captures my girls personalities, and we are thankful to be his friends and his clients.
We had a full and fun November, and I didn't want it to escape documentation. We are enjoying our advent season as well and hopefully there will be some more posts ahead to document that,