We had another great Thanksgiving weekend this year. Lots of family and fun!
We started off Thanksgiving Day with a 10k (or 6.2 miles) for all of you non runners/walkers. It was 26 degrees that morning, but we finished strong and were that much more hungry when Thanksgiving dinner time came around!
The week before Thanksgiving, Melissa helped the kids make their own special turkey shirts to wear on Thanksgiving day.
She gets more beautiful each day.
This one doesn’t look too shabby either.
We spent Thanksgiving at Grandpa & Tiki’s house with my sister and her family. All of the kids made turkeys.
On Friday we headed back to Corsi Tree Farm to pick out this year’s lucky tree. Had to get a shot on the red sleigh.
Holding our saw in front of our tree.
Just trimming up the trunk a bit so it would fit well in our tree stand back home.
100% All American Beefcake!
A nice lady saw us taking pictures of each other and offered to take a family shot. First family shot we’ve ever had a the tree farm. I think it turned out great.
Charlotte wanted to drag the tree, so I wrapped the rope around her waist. It didn’t move an inch, but she sure gave it her all. She is tenacious in all she does.
Found a tree that we will try to get a shot with each year. We will be able to see how the kids and tree grow over the years….I’m not crying, you are!…haha.
They got a new bailer at the tree farm. Wrapped it up nice and tight to put on top of the car rack.
Ollie saying hi to one of his barnyard friends at the tree farm.
Grandpa and Gibby came over on Friday night to help us decorate the tree.
Grandpa helping Ollie get to the tippy top of the tree.
Ever higher for this one. He loved putting them up as high as possible.
But nothing got quite as high as the star!
We finished the weekend at Music Hall to listen to the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra play songs from The Polar Express.
The had crafts and snacks for the kids before the show. Ollie is a sucker for a donut hole kabob.