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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Happy Turkey Day

We headed over to my parents for Thanksgiving this year.  It is so nice having them close by – so we could head over after Hanna’s nap and head home before bedtime. 
Here’s Nana playing “ashies” with the girls.  Hanna would walk around the house saying “ashies, ashies” until someone played with her.  
Helping with the after dinner clean-up
Caty with her new jammies, before the 6+ inches got whacked off!
With Nana and Papa
Family picture – have to decide if this one will end up on the Christmas card or one from Maui…
With Grandpa – Scott’s dad drove down from Reno to join us
We have much to be thankful for – great health and loved one – both family and friends.  Thank you for being a part of our lives. 


Caden and Mommy said...

Looks like a blessed Thanksgiving :o) Love the "ashies" picture and Caty in her super long jammies!

Greene Family said...

It looks like you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving! I'm still so happy for you that your parents live so close by now!
Great pictures! How cute that Hanna walks around saying "ashies, ashies" until someone plays with her!
Loved your Christmas card pictures!

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