Sophie's kindergarten class put together a Thanksgiving play. She was excited to be a Native American and insisted I had to make her a costume. But apparently she really didn't need a costume as the teachers had taken care of it...she looked cute anyway. Thanks to Grandma Clayton for the materials and ideas :) She did a great job and the play was totally cute.
She was so excited Grandma Miller, Grandma Clayton, and Aunt Sarah were able to come.
After they served pie and juice.
We got to have 2 Thanksgivings this year. I think Sophie thought we were never going to stop eating turkey haha. The day before Thanksgiving we enjoyed dinner at Grandma and Grandpa Millers. Then the next day Chad Brother came with his family and we had another yummy dinner. The girls were so excited to play with their cousins. We had a lot of fun and played hard.
The kids enjoyed shooting their bows.
We fed the animals at Rooster Cogburn Ranch.
Feeding the Lorikeets was awesome. You just hold the container of nectar and they climb all over you and pull off the lid.
The girls had a sleepover with their cousins and Chad and I had to go clean the church and attend a baptism. Right when we were getting ready to leave and meet the rest of the family Easton decided to run for the door where he proceeded to trip on the rug and slice his lip open on the base of the church door. We spent 2 hours at urgent care.
He was one tough kids though. Only cried for a little bit and then played happily. We headed up the mountain for lunch and hiked around a little.
We also went to he children's museum...
And we were all able to go the the Gilbert Temple together thanks to my awesome cousin Amber for taking the children!