Tag Archives: Thanksgiving

From Thanksgiving.

Though it was hard to take photos of our Thanksgiving because I tried to have either a baby or pie in my hands at all times, here are some glimpses of our time in Indiana with James’ side of the … Continue reading

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Full lives.

Image from Lindsey Letters here. We are in Indiana celebrating Thanksgiving with James’ family for the next couple days. This means snuggles with my fresh baby nephew, game nights where people yell a lot, Starbucks studying marathons with my brother … Continue reading

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This Thanksgiving.

This Thanksgiving, we had 10 adults and 2 children in our apartment with no dishwasher and only one toilet, which is constantly in danger of breaking down. This Thanksgiving, my mom and I pregammed by hitting outlet malls early and … Continue reading

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I am thankful that we have to eat.

Happy Thanksgiving week! Dig out those fat jeans and start eating turkey and a variety of sweet foods that we call salad when they should be dessert. I love November for so many reasons, and not only because it is … Continue reading

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That Unifying Human Moment

I love what my friend Ashley posted about Thanksgiving: “I’m just thankful we are all SO THANKFUL! What a unifying human moment!” And as I looked through pictures of our wonderful trip to Indiana, I can’t help but feel thankful … Continue reading

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I am thankful that he came home safely.

Who says that thankful posts have to stop because Thanksgiving is over? I forgot to bring my camera cord to Indiana, so no pictures of our Thanksgiving week here until after we get back to DC. In the meantime, some … Continue reading

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We are thankful for baby Susie.

Today on the blog we have another precious baby, Susie. I knew Susie’s parents at college, and have followed from afar their extremely rough pregnancy (as in, Becky was so sick that she had IVs most of the time) and … Continue reading

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