Sunday, November 28, 2010

A Preschool Thanksgiving

Georgia's little preschool had an adorable Thanksgiving program before school let out for Thanksgiving week. The 3-year old class were Pilgrims and the 4-year olds were Indians. They sang several songs, including our favorite:
I'm glad I'm not a turkey, a turkey, a turkey
I'm glad I'm not a turkey on Thanksgiving Day.
They... stuff you and bake you and then they all TASTE you!
I'm glad I'm not a turkey on Thanksgiving day!
After the singing and dancing the kiddos got to enjoy a "feast" of chicken nuggets, grapes, carrots and pumpkin cupcakes! We are very thankful for our sweet school!!

Monday, November 1, 2010

Curious Georgia & The Boy with the Yellow Hat

We took our Halloween ideas right off the pages of our favorite bedtime stories- Curious George. Lincoln and Georgia both love to hear about the adventures and mishaps of one silly little monkey and his friend, the Man with the yellow hat. The kids had fun dressing up and even more fun collecting candy. By the end of the night when the candy bowl would be offered out to them at a house, they were grabbing handfuls like little candy monsters! A little embarrassing to mommy, but all in the fun of Halloween!
Lincoln's hat was a little big so we had to turn it sideways, or it would fall over his eyes! Daddy was not too pleased his boy was walking around in a "sparkly hat" all night- but it was yellow! ;) I particularly liked Lincoln's "boots" (daddy's socks folded over)!

Hope you had a fun Halloween!

Punkin Carvin

Georgia and Daddy carved our pumpkin on Saturday afternoon- Lincoln wanted no part of that gooey mess! But daddy & Georgia dug in and made an awesome Jack O' Lantern for our front steps! And mommy got to enjoy her favorite part- yummy roasted pumpkin seeds!