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Monday, December 1, 2008

See it in pictures

As you know we spent Thanksgiving at my cousin's house in Madison, MS (Just outside Jackson)
We had a fantastic time and here, you can see it in pictures
The Satsuma loot!
( L-r) -Marris; Orren; Aaron; Ryan; Olivia; Jordan; Lillian
GiGi with her family tree made from all of our hands!

My hubby and son(in his 4th outfit of the day)

Uncle Tommy working hard on the hands!

Orren "teaching" GiGi about blocks

My son was addicted to the sweet potatoes (2nd outfit of the day)

Mother was telling something to Hannah, that is the back of Aunt Jacque's head!

David and Suzann with my son Orren

Olivia in her 2nd out fit of the day and Jordan, in Jordan's room

Mother (GrandMaMa) and Orren (original outfit)

Ryan, the hunter and the duck he killed, we are a true southern family! The men go hunting Thanksgiving morning. Period.. No questions.

GiGi, Olivia, GrandMaMa (my mother) Orren

There are still some missing. I will find pictures of Steve, Kelli, Daddy and Aunt Jacque. MAYBE.... me, LOL we will see!

1 comment:

jennifer said...

The picture of your son wearing the sweet potatoes was wonderful. Those EYES!!