Delivering a baby? Traveling? Staying home? Hosting and Cooking? Going over to family or friends? Who are you celebrating with? Preparing for Black Friday?
And most important - What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving?
The only thing I made this year was a reservation. We are meeting family in Williamsburg, VA and for a change we are having Thanksgiving dinner in a colonial tavern. I'm not too sure about this, already missing the leftovers!
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Elizabeth ~To be a child is to know the joy of living, To have a child is to know the gift of life.~ Author Unknown
We'll be going to my parents' house along with my brother, his wife, their three kids, my SIL's dad, two cousins, and a grandmother. Two years ago was interesting because my DD was barely 2 weeks old at Thanksgiving.
I'm thankful for my parents. They're both retired and have been helping us tremendously with the kids from watching them twice a week to taking DS to and from school and therapies.
Well I was just told by my doctor that i need to limit salt/sodium intake because i'm @ risk for preeclampsia. So boo hoo, i will be surrounded by family & delicious food that i can smell but don't eat.
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