Sunday, November 30, 2008

Bye, Bye, Turkey

When Casey and I got married we decided that we would switch off the holidays of Thanksgiving and Christmas between my family in Tennessee and his family in Kansas. That idea has worked great up until we had Colt. Now, since we have moved to NOrth Carolina and are 8 to 20 hours away from both sets of grandparents, the switching has gotten a little bit harder. This year it was TN's turn for Thanksgiving and usually we only have about 6 people there for dinner. But, since Casey's parents hadn't seen the little man in so long, they came to my parent's house for Thanksgiving along with my aunt and cousin who were missing seeing him, too. So for Thanksgiving we had 11 people there this year. We are so lucky we have so many people who love Colt so much. CAsey and I are truly blessed that we have great parents and brothers and sister-in-laws and extended family that want to be a part of Colt's life and we love you all very much. So Thanksgiving was very busy in TN. Casey got to golf, I got to shop, Colt got lots of lovin', and everybody got to eat tons of good southern food. Here are several pictures from our weekend. The first picture pretty much sums up what everyone felt like by the end of the weekend.


Grandpa is exhausted and so was everyone else at the end of the busy weekend.

Colt playing with Poppa.

Colt with his Nana and Gram. Can you say spoiled?

Colt and Momma.

I thought this was a sweet little picture. What's better than a grandma's love?


The Bough Family


Colt trying to wear Grandpa's shoes. Grandpa told him he could jump higher if he put those on. He is into trying to jump on and off everything.

Pooped after eating lots for Thanksgiving. Kickin' back and watching some football. Notice Casey hasn't taken the remote away from him, yet.

Colt with Aunt Helon and Kellie. I can't believe she will be 21 in January. It feels like she was just born.


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