Over the river and through the mountains, (lots of them),
to Idaho we go!
We were welcomed with a homemade banner.
~The Table Fort~
top -They all fit in the Table Fort.
left - Anticipation!
right - Snacking inside.
It was a hit!
What could be better then a
homemade birthday present?
Lulu sewed two cloth bags for me!
I even have one that matches hers.
Not to be left out of the "bag" party,
Ila May used the gift bag as a hat.
I just had to show you this picture.
My Cowboy all dressed up!
The Annual Thanksgiving picture.
Another family tradition is to make Gingerbread Houses,
will the turkey is cooking.
Each child builds their own house out of graham crackers.
Lots of frosting and candy are a must.
The adults took turns building and adding onto the large house.
Each added their own special touches to the house.
Hands down, Tom won the "Ate the Most Candy" award.
Everyone working hard on their houses!
There was plenty of time to hold, play and enjoy
this little one, Silas (7 months).
He even took his first bite of solid food, an avocado!
After researching what would be the best first solid food,
an avocado was considered a perfect choice. .
Picture of Love!
Stop by Kimmy's blog and see her
pictures of our visit.