Thanksgiving weekend 2015

Sometimes, I feel a little silly posting about our weekend on here, but it was such a great weekend, I just had to document it! I always love looking back on pictures on years past and seeing what was going on and taking place that day or weekend. So since this weekend was so eventful, I made sure to document it all. I cant wait for Carson to be able to look back on all these pictures! I also cant believe this past Thanksgiving was his LAST, first holiday!! Seriously, he is growing up way to fast, somebody please, stop the time!


I was originally planning on running a 10 mile turkey trot race, but that ended up falling through, so I decided to run to our church’s thanksgiving turkey bowl (Football game) . I got in about 9 miles and felt really good throughout my run. It’s amazing how much stronger I feel in my running now,  compared to when I ran 10 miles on Thanksgiving 2 years ago! My mom and brother also joined me on my run!

Carson loved his Thanksgiving meal! We feasted on turkey, ham, cornbread pudding, mac-n-cheese, green bean casserole and so much more. It was all so delicious. In order to make room for dessert, the ladies all went for a walk. We also stopped by the park so Carson could get some swinging in!

Friday morning, Jordan and I decided to go on a little mountain bike riding date! Other than family dinner at PF changs, the rest of the day was spent cleaning and napping!

Saturday morning, we woke up bright and early to cut down our Christmas tree! We drove up the mountain to Payson to get our tree tag and then drove a little deeper into the Forrest to find our tree, it is such a beautiful drive and thankfully, baby boy slept most of the way!



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Carson and aunt Evelyn :)


Sunday morning we woke up to find Carson a little sick. I had a feeling he was starting to get a cold. I made our favorite healthy breakfast cookies for breakfast and we stayed in our pjs all day to rest up.

We also got around to decorating our tree! Jordan went up in the attic and whoever owned the house before us left a bunch of Christmas decorations up there. We even found a fake Christmas tree up there. Too bad everything was from the 80’s!


Who remembers when apple ornaments were “in style”??



Hope everyone had a fun and rest-filled Thanksgiving weekend!

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