Here's my new calendar! I wonder if I will knit birds.
Sam models her sweater. She's so nice.
Our trip to the American Girl store to buy her birthday doll was a quick endeavor. After that, noodle eating.
Thanksgiving was easy breezy. I made trifle and let's face it, anything with that much whipped cream is delicious.
These precious ones had a nice feast in Ft. Collins. They enjoyed a Glenwood Springs vacation prior to the holiday.
The next weekend while Sam had a sleep over with Miss Bug, Plum Cake and Millie came here. We had fun! James and Noah joined us in the morning, so we went to the school to play.
This spoiled baby doesn't like it when the house is humming with people. Does he look a little angry?
I'm still decorating for Christmas, but I do love the fake fire I can display on the tv.
We've been walking at the mall again. The decorations are incredible
We stopped at the grocery store on our way home from Thanksgiving dinner at Jenny's and bought a new Christmas tree. We threw the old tree out. It was bursting out of the tattered old box and every year it seemed to be harder to unbend the branches. We both love this skinny little tree.
While we were walking at the mall I got a much needed haircut.
Here is the local lap napper.
Kim of My Field of Dreams and I decided to blog every day in December. Her daughter Kessie is going to do it, too (I'll put her blog on my blog roll). Would you like to?
We want it to be part of our Advent ponderings.
Let me know if you'd like to join us.
I like this last week in November for resting a bit before we begin our full on holiday activities. That's a bit of an exaggeration because our December won't be that crazy.
It's almost time to light the first candle.
Thank you for checking in (HUG!)