June had her preschool Thanksgiving feast! I dressed the girls up in their Thanksgiving best....Thanks Becky. (Aren't these dresses sooooo cute?) You know I can't keep Kendall still so most shots with her are blurry, no surprise. Russ had the day off so we loaded in the car and off we went.
June's class made all of the decorations and food for the feast. Her teachers are fabulous, they spend weeks creating the decor and costumes all along teaching the kids about The First Thanksgiving. They also teach them about Native American Indians and foods that were at The First Thanksgiving. Then the hard part, they actually have the kids help them cook the food that they serve at the feast. The menu included: chicken legs shake n' bake style, pudding, applesauce, stuffing, popcorn, and cranberry relish...YUM!
We were also treated to a story and a few songs. The kids dressed as Native American Indians, complete with tepee. Of course Kendall had to get in on the action and sat with June for part of the program. After the entertainment it was time to eat, all of the food was delicious. June's favorite, the pudding, of course:)
Wishing all of you a Happy Thanksgiving filled with family, friends, and gratitude for all of the blessings graciously given to us from God above. Enjoy!