Little Snippets From Our Thanksgiving

Monday, November 26, 2012



Thanksgiving #1 at my Mother-In-Law's house.  The food was amazing! I was having too much fun drinking wine and eating appetizers that I forgot to take any pics of the actual feast and festivities.


Thanksgiving table #2 at my grandparents adorable little house in Redondo Beach.

Ronin having a little chat (aka blowing spitty bubbles) with his Great Grandparents.  I am so incredibly thankful that we are still able to spend holidays with them.  They are 83 and 89.  My Grandpa still plays in a jazz band (he is a trumpet player) and my Grandma still exercises daily with little baby weights.  They are full of life and so much fun to talk to.


Homemade pies.  I always have room (and extra insulin) for pie.


These two...I love them to the moon and back

Max, still at the "big people" table.  Not sure about you but I always remember sitting at the kid table when I was little and always wondering what the old people were talking about.  Lucky him.


I feel so blessed and thankful for my family. 

I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving.  I can not believe that the countdown  for Christmas has begun!  

14 comments:

Melissa said...

Ha - i remember always sitting at the kid table, too! Even as a teen b/c there wasn't enough room at the grown-up table! Glad i'm finally considered a grownup in my thirties! LOL.

Love the pics. :)

Eleanor at Mirror Of My World said...

this looks lovely. im english and we dont really do thanksgiving but it looks like a lot of fun:)
lets be blog friends again!
ellie xx
mirrorofmyworld.blogspot.co.uk

Marjorie said...

you look beautiful! lovely tables :)

Alexa said...

Love all of the photos Lindsay! So happy the boys got to spend time with their G. Grandparents! So special! :)

Anonymous said...

Love the photos. Ronin and Max are so fortunate to grow up around family. I moved away for my husbands job 3 years ago and it's hard to miss these special days. On another note, what are your rules for eating when it comes to the Holidays? I'm trying to eat a mostly GF diet, but I just threw those rules out the window this year for thanksgiving (and the days following. I just can't pass up the leftovers!).

Krysta said...

It looks like you had a great holiday. I know, let the Christmas festivities begin!! :)

Amy said...

Looks like you had a fantastic holiday with family! :)
I hated sitting at the little kids table for that reason...i was always curious.

Tonia L said...

Lovely! Looks like you had a blessed time with your family!

colleen said...

i also sat at the kid table! two thanksgivings makes you one lucky lady - glad you had such a wonderful holiday!

Samantha Green said...

how gorgeous are your children!! looks like you had a lovely thanksgiving :) xx

Lindsay @ Delighted Momma said...

Anonymous- I really try to stick to it...but if there is brie I am cheating haha. My rule of thumb is just have a taste, don't go crazy and make things that are healthy and bring them with to to wherever you go. That way you can eat treats...but you know they are a little more healthy.

My-cliffnotes said...

The pic of you and the boys is soo cute

Heather said...

looks wonderful, mama! and you look incredible!

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