It's the perfect time of year to take notice of all the things we have to be thankful for...I have been blessed with 5 healthy babies despite the odds stacked against me, a mature, well-rounded and mothering 10 year old daughter who could have had a mean jealous streak but instead loves her siblings with her entire being, I have a husband who is always there for me despite our differences and the tremendous amount of stress and large lack of sleep, I have families who are willing to give up their Everything to help me care for my family never asking for anything in return, I have come into the most selfless group of friends a person could ever find-there is indeed a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving!
Jacob and I went to the Browns game Sunday so the babies were divided out amongst friends and family-even Lexi went out for the day:)
Jade was with our friends Kathy and Dave and the pictures they shared were too cute. Leighton and Kensley got to spend the day with grandma and grandpa Alferio and Brooklynn and Giovanni were with Katie and her family. Lexi never strays too far from her friend Alex so of course they were together.
I think it's good for them to get to be "onlies" and have some time where they don't have to battle a brother or sister for toys! They love their outings-especially when there are dogs involved!
This morning Lexi, Alex and I ran the Turkey Trot together in Brunswick. I was so proud of how well they did!
Katie is a Pinterest addict like myself and found this project to do with the babies. They turned out so cute and from the looks of it only one tried to eat the paint! Haha...she is always doing something fun with them!
I'm pretty sure Kensley wore more than she ate this meal!
Too cute not to share-her serious face-for whatever reason my dad gets this look whenever he tries talking to her!
It's really frustrating that I can't get the audio to play on this video but I'm telling Brooke to show me her nose....
Sooo going through my photos I realized there were some blog-worthy moments that got left out...
See these pictures larger on the page titled Looking Back.