Complete with last-minute lipstick scar.
We haven’t posted in a while, so for today, here are belated photos from Halloween and timely photos for Thanksgiving. We’ll post a few from summertime (Disneyland! Legoland!) to catch you up another day.
well whatever this thing is. It was cute and fun, at any rate.
Guy and Deirdre got to have a night out while supporting the kids’ school at the annual fundraising auction. Let’s hear it for date night!
Nora’s class celebrated the Fall Feast, in which kids learned about the first winter the Pilgrims spent in Plymouth and how the Wampanoag people helped them survive. Everyone dressed up and performed a small speaking part: Nora was a young, widowed mother who was thankful to have survived with her children.
We gathered at Roberts Park and it was a crisp but beautiful fall day.
Nora and best friend Isabella dressed in honor of their respective real-life ancestors and really had a lot of fun together.
All the parents got dressed up as Pilgrims or Wampanoag and manned various stations for large-scale food prep, crafts, or games.
Guy was in charge of the lobster and the kids took turns helping out.
The food was excellent, but Nora stuck to apple juice and popcorn.