This is "Tom", the T-day Treat.
The boys loved helping me decorate the turkey cupcakes and came up with some of their own creations that were pretty cool.
Drum roll please! Presenting.... the fruition of a long day's work in the kitchen - is it worth it? Of course.
Loved having Chad with us this Thanksgiving.
The start of a new tradition - our 2009 "thankful lists".
The boys went to play the annual football Turkey Bowl, but it got ugly so no pictures were taken. The next day we headed to the church gym for some indoor soccer, b-ball, & rocket balloons.
Bundled up, trying to stay warm for the annual Madison Christmas Parade and lighting of the town tree.
Mini Golf? On Thanksgiving? In November? Needless to say, we had the course to ourselves.
Hudson's hole in one!
Sunday, December 13, 2009
Need I say more? I probably don't, but I will. My good friend Amanda and I went into the city for dinner and the broadway show, Hamlet, staring Jude Law. The show was fantastic and meeting Jude (first name basis now) after the show was the perfect end to a perfect night. Thanks Amanda!
Posted by Emily at 1:55 PM
Braxton had an great and exciting soccer season this Fall. He loved having his Dad as the coach. They made it to the championship game where it came down to overtime penalty kicks. Each team got 5 free kicks. It was 2-2 and Braxton was the last one to kick. He put it off the left side upright bar and it bounced into the goal - they won 3-2. What a fun and exciting season!
Posted by Emily at 1:47 PM
We had a great Halloween this year. We carved pumpkins, enjoyed the school costume parades and of course trick-or-treating. Braxton was a soccer player, Porter was a Ninja and Hudson was a ghost, batman or power ranger, depending on the time of day you caught him:)
Posted by Emily at 1:38 PM
Porter had a great and fun flag football season this year. He loved that Mike was his coach. They played their final game on the turf field at Madison High School under the lights. He was especially excited when his 2nd grade teacher, Mrs. Marciszyn came to watch.
Posted by Emily at 1:33 PM