Just a little weeknight rumble.
And we wonder why our kids are so wild....
Reading his homework story to Dad.
Emma was trying out the new rug for Brody's room.
All we need is curtains to finally complete the room.
Dad turns the big 70 the day after Thanksgiving and Mr. Ronnie turned 70 last week. Instead of bunco this month, we surprised the old men with a birthday party.
Dad had NO idea what was going on or who we were saying surprise to.
That banner really did make them seem old...$2,800 was the average income in 1945.
Brody waited allllll day for that cake.
They both blew out the candles before we even sang.
The boys were excited about their Thanksgiving feasts at school.
Brody's class as little Indians.
They asked for a large white shirt and specifically mentioned bringing one of Dad's old shirts. Brody ended up wearing a dress instead of a shirt. Ha.
One and a half years later....I finished painting the stairs.
Talk about procrastination.
Saturday was our last home game in Oxford. It has definitely been a season of ups and downs, but it has been fun regardless. We were able to bring the kids to so many games at the beginning of the season. I think Mason ended up going to five games.
It was a fun year but I am also thankful it is now over. =)
I do love spending the day with this guy.
And with good friends.
The Landsharks showed up again and we won.
Hotty Toddy! It's always fun to beat LSU.
On our way home from Oxford, we were able to stop at our friends' farm in Red Banks. They have a Harvest Moon party every year. There was a large bonfire and a pig roast.
They have recently finished building this beautiful farm house.
It really is breathtaking.
We had a half day of work yesterday to get Thanksgiving started early.
It's always so hard when you fight naps, especially after trips to Chickfila.
We tried a new restaurant in the Ville last night but the boys were most excited about the decorations at the mall.
Brody was quite uneasy sitting next to that reindeer.
We came home, made cookies, and now waiting for the Thanksgiving festivities to begin!