Our Thanksgiving Weekend

November 30, 2015

Raise your hand if you’re still full from Thanksgiving.

Oh mylanta, am I full. Luckily, it’s not all just pie. I mean a lot of it is pie, but there’s quite a bit of love and happiness and gratitude mixed in there as well.

We were lucky enough to have A’s parents come into town for the weekend and then have my parents host the full dinner, leaving us plenty of time to enjoy time with family! As always, my mom exceeded all of our very high expectations and flat out rocked Thanksgiving dinner, complete with fancy napkins, homemade everything and a ridiculous amount of food. I loved her bright and colorful tablecloth and all white dishes. It’s a combination that will always be gorgeous to me.

I wasn’t lying about the massive amounts of food! There were three different kinds of pie, y’all. THREE! One of which had a chocolate crust, chocolate pudding, raspberries and chocolate mousse. You can probably guess where I spent my dessert time.

>And because no holiday in our world is complete without a little puppy love, here’s B fighting (and losing) the battle against a post-dinner nap and W hoping for some turkey.

We spent the rest of our holiday watching football, telling a lot of stories and doing a lot of laughing. Oh and then we ate some leftovers. Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving!

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  • Such a pretty table scape! Love the white/glass items with the colorful fall leaves.

  • Jen

    Oh that food looks amazing, so glad you enjoyed your holiday! 🙂

  • Your pup is just so dang cute! And seriously, there's nothing better than a delicious homemade meal at a Thanksgiving gathering. So glad you had a wonderful holiday!

  • I agree.. her table looks beautiful!! I love brightly colored tablecloths so I may steal this idea for future holidays =)

  • It was so delicious!

  • Agreed!

  • He is pretty stinking cute. And thanks for visiting!

  • Doesn't it?! She always nails it.

  • How wonderful that you were able to celebrate with so much family! And three pies sounds amazing!