Honestly, I cannot wait to make this again on Thursday. The flavors are amazing…and even the in-laws loved it! It’s a winner! All the details are over at Mom Generations! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving friends!
If you’re not tired of anything and everything pumpkin yet, you must try this amazin pull-apart cinnamon sugar pumpkin bread. My husband and children devoured it! They asked if I could make it “every day!” Go check it out and see how the other TCC gals made out with the recipe and see their tips.
As we’ve gotten older and had our own families we’ve added some new traditions. For the past 5 years or so we’ve been playing kickball Thanksgiving day morning. It’s a great way to get together with our “other” family…our circle of friends. As they say, your friends are the family you choose. We bundle up,
It’s here! Ahh, the holiday season is already here. That came really fast. I swear the pool just closed up. This week I want to talk traditions. Holiday traditions. We all have them. Be it certain recipes, outings, sports games, and gatherings. What do you do with your family? One tradition I thought I would
I hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Don’t forget the elastic waistbands and indulge! Other little things I am thankful for: Coffee, Coffee, and more Coffee – seriously would love this in an IV drip, if I could handle needles. Wine – My saving grace in the evening. Tom & Jerry – not sure
When loved ones leave our lives we’re left with little mementos, for which I am grateful for. Be it a certain flower, a scent, a certain meal…they remind us of the ones that are no longer here. I’m thankful for all the little mementos I get on a daily basis. Here’s a list of things
I should get a bumper sticker “my in-laws are better than your in-laws.” When people roll their eyes at the word “in-law” I can honestly say that I can’t relate. I love my in-laws!! I got lucky in the in-law department and for that…I am very thankful. My mother-in-law is the baby guru. She taught