Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Giving Thanks!

This year we have A LOT to be thankful for!  Last year I can remember thinking how different our lives were going to be at the next Thanksgiving,... I can't believe that time is already here!  This has been a year of such unimaginable joy and happiness I cant even begin to try and put it into words.
We spent Thanksgiving in Heber this year.  The whole family (minus Cassie and Marc Jr. -p.s. we missed you guys so much!) went up Wednesday to spend the night before Thanksgiving.  It was a great couple of days full of amazing food, family, and fun.  What more could you ask for?

We don't get to see Meghan and Jason too much so it was fun to spend time with them!

Meghan and Jason brought their dogs Barley and Lakota.  Hayli could't have been happier, it was probably what she was most thankful for this Thanksgiving.  :)

 A bunch of the extended family also came up for dinner and it was so fun for Hayli to be able to meet some of her cousins!  Elli is just two months younger then Hayli and it was fun to watch them interact with each other.  Hayli was so happy to have someone her size there!  It reminds me of me and my cousin Emily.  We have pictures very similar to these.  :)

Hayli had her first Thankgiving dinner...
So gross, I know!
She actually liked it a whole lot more then I thought she was going to....doesn't look like it in these pictures though. haha

We played some fun games one night trying to name all the funny cities in Utah.

Playing some music with Uncle Corey.

Since Derek had to work such long hours that weekend, I stayed up in Heber with Hayli while everyone else left Thursday night.  Hayli got so sick again that night (second time in two weeks!) so the next day she sported her super cute comfy hat that I am absolutely in love with!

So while I ended up with a sick baby, it was still a great Thanksgiving!  Hope everyone else had a great one too!

1 comment:

  1. Such a sweetie girl! Love that new hat. Looks like she had a wonderful first Thanksgiving among loving family.