It's Sunday night.
We just took the girls back after a wonderful four days of celebrating Thanksgiving.
We celebrated in Bloomington at the Hunters house again this year.
It was the year for Courtney's family to be with us, so that made it even nicer.
We left Watertown about 10:30 with the girls in tow.
Arrived at Alissa's around 2:00. The girls and I made some turkeys out of cookies and candies for dessert.
We enjoyed a wonderful meal prepared by Alissa and Nathan. We also enjoyed some fine wine.
We were all excited for the big Packer/Bear game fully expecting a win, but that was not to be.
It was ugly.
Here are some photos from our Thanksgiving.
There was also a lot of wii playing on both Thanksgiving and the days after.
On Friday, John and I took the girls to the Children's Museum in Bloomington.
I think it is one of the best Children's Museums around.
Both girls had so much fun.
We were there for over four hours until it closed.
After that, we met everyone else for pizza and beers.
It was another great, fun day.
On Saturday we headed home, again with the girls in tow.
We stopped at a Casey's where they both ordered a sub sandwich which they totally devoured on the ride home.
On Saturday night we went to the Christmas parade here in Watertown.
It was a bit chilly, but we had a great time.
After the parade we ordered pizza and watched TV together.
Today it was church followed by two straight hours of playing together.
We are so thankful for these two precious blessings.
Oh and we also managed to get a decent Christmas picture.
I hope all of you had a wonderful Thanksgiving, too.