Monday, December 13, 2010

November Pictures




I'm way behind on blogging, so here's a catch up post from our end of November happenings.

I've forgotten my camera to just about every important event over the last month, so the few pictures I have were stolen from my sister's blog.

This year we were here in Birmingham for Thanksgiving and enjoyed some yummy Lasagna (we're Italian) as well as a "normal" Thanksgiving feast.

My sisters and I at Thanksgiving

Every year after lunch, my cousins and uncles compete
in an Old guys vs. Young guys game of touch football;
and for the first time in almost a decade
the young guys came out on top.

Luke & Aubrey sharing a sucker
during the touch football game

The day after Thanksgiving was Black Friday
shopping madness as well as the Iron Bowl.

I got up bright and early to go to the mall & a few other stores; I was able to get most of my shopping done and saved a ton with some awesome deals.

Even though it was absolutely freezing that day, we decided to bundle up the kids and take them to Tuscaloosa to tailgate for the Iron Bowl.

We got there just before kickoff, set up right next to the heater and stayed fairly warm until half time when we had to take shelter in the student center.

Enjoying some snacks with Papa at the tailgate
Aunt Kathleen got her camera out to take pictures for me, but Luke was being camera shy

Aubrey found a chair that was just her size,
and kept herself busy for quite some time,
climbing in and out of it.

No naps and all the cold got the best of Aubrey, and she had a major meltdown with about 6 minutes to go in the game, so we had to pack up and head to the car.

We made it back to the car just in time to hear
the last play of the game,
WAR EAGLE!

4 comments:

Mama Hen said...

You and your sisters are so pretty!!!! What a great pic.

Anna said...

Can ur kids stop getting cuter and cuter!!! But on a more serious note, WAR EAGLE (do NOT let papa tell them Roll Tide)

Jessica Heights said...

You and your sisters look so much alike!

Rachel said...

I'm so glad I didn't go to Tuscaloosa that day!!

That pic of you and your sisters is awesome!