It's amazing that so much fun could happen in under 48 hours, but it did. Steve's brother, his wife, and their two girls come down from PA for the Thanksgiving holiday. This was kind of a momentous event because all three girls could play together for the first time. And boy did they play together.
The first greatest moment was ring around the rosie. I've never seen Cadance play it with someone besides me. She loved it. Mabel kept sitting down early, not really sure what was going on.
Here are the girls watching Charlie Brown on Wednesday. Coralee was very impressed that they were sharing a couch.
|Dressing the turkey|
|Should I reveal what they were doing? Either way it was brother time|
The dads took the girls to the park, which they loved.
|Some cousin love. Isn't Cadance's hair insane|
|The turkey. Isn't she a beauty. We were super excited.|
|Rolls, stuffing, and potatoes cooking|
|Rolls, brussel sprouts, and stuffing waiting to fill out bellies|
|jello salad, green beans, cranberry sauce, and turkey. Steve carved the turkey. I have this crazy fear about doing it. Maybe it just seems like a husband thing|
|Very proud of the dinner|
|Here's the gang, ready to eat|
|Cadance loved the food. Especially the "sparking juice" we had. Too bad it gave her a crazy bad stomach ache|
|The clean up crew. Got to love it.|
We finished the evening with pumpkin and pecan pie and some game.
Friday, in order to exhaust the girls before heading up to PA we went to Maymont Park to take a light walk.
|Cadance heading into the Italian Garden|
|Some of the few flowers in bloom. Super pretty.|
|Cadance walking down the steps without any help. She was very reluctant.|
|Annie and Cadance running to the bridge.|
|There was this cool rock seat.|
|This tree was the most amazing yellow color. I know you can't tell in the picture, but it far made up for all the bare ones around it.|
The walk ended in three exhausted little girls who were in need to food. Thank you Pizza Hut buffet. Mabel was particularly ecstatic about mass amounts of food being brought to her.