It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. It is hard to believe how quickly our new house has felt like home. I just feel so comfortable here.
We gave in and bought our first artificial tree. No one told me how much work an artificial tree is when setting it up. Trey had to help put it together. Next year, we are going to put up this tree and buy a small real tree. I have to have the smell.
We hosted our first Thanksgiving in our new house. It was so nice to stay home for the holiday. We were able to have a little time to settle in. My parents brought our deer back from their house. They were nice enough to store them while we were in our rental. Westin kept petting them and calling them puppy.
William was so proud of himself for making the fruit salad.
Kate, Caroline, Westin, William and Sydney
We have a large rock pile in the back yard. These three monkeys had hours of fun climbing on it. Luckily, no one get hurt.
This is a picture of Shay and I around 9pm on Thanksgiving night. We went shopping from 9pm to 9am the next morning, and covered San Marcos, New Braunfels, Garden Ridge and San Antonio. I am pretty sure we were delirious by the time we got home.
Trey and I taking a moment to celebrate pulling off Thanksgiving after moving in the week before. Trey literally moved our whole house over and I arranged it once it all got in. Friends and family also pitched in to help us get it done. Our garage is still a mess, but we'll get it done.