Before they headed back to their respective parts of the country, we visited the Old North Bridge with Corey, Marsha and Maureen. No Redcoats were sighted (besides Mom!) but we had a lovely time in Concord.
Stringing popcorn and cranberries for the tree. One of my favorite annual activities and now our newest family members have tried their hands at it!
(Roller Palace, that is!)
It takes a little something extra to try new things as an adult that your kids are already proficient at. Good work, Peter!
We celebrated Thanksgiving a day late, but with our out of town family, come in to stay. My mom made the best place cards. They smelled as good as they looked!
Grandpa gets in on the Thanksgiving games!
“Mama, If you’ve been wondering where I’ve been, I’m here in the staircase conducting an experiment.”
Good to know, kiddo. Good to know!
Esme’s dance studio has no observation windows, so today was the first time I’ve been able to watch her class. She hasn’t been to talkative at home about what happens in class and it was so nice to see what she’s been learning and practicing.
Her whole class was just the sweetest, in their pink and black, and with their slightly off beat movements. I couldn’t get enough!
I love this kid and her outlook on life.
Between the two of us we have outfitted our newish new bathroom. New vanity, new mirror cabinet and lots of new textiles. Such fun!
And as an added bonus, the sink was half off in the As Is room. What luck!
Suspicious creatures sighted at the Church Fair. We decided to keep them around.
(photo credit: Allison- because I, tragically, left my phone at home.)