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Happy Turkey Day!!


I want to wish everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving tomorrow. We're having the family at our house about 6 tomorrow evening so we'll be spending the better part of the day getting ready for them. Everyone's bringing something, so that means less work for us, but we have the Turkey and a few other things to prepare and then of course making the house presentable.

I found this place so we could make turkeys to give to the grandparents tomorrow.....cause we all know that grandparents love getting handmade things. :-)

I printed out several of these sheets and then traced McKayla's hand on to different colored pieces of construction paper (sorry, no pics of that).


Then McKayla sat down to coloring. She was excited that I had brought out my markers for her to color with. She kept telling me "Mom, these are so awesome!".




I then cut out the pieces for her and then she glued them together.




I printed this out to put on the back of them:

"This isn't just a turkey as you can plainly see.
I made it with my hands which are a part of me.
It comes with lots of love especially to say,
I hope you have a very, Happy Thanksgiving Day!"



And these are the finished products.

I did this one to show her what they'd look like.



He looks a little evil with the red eyes LOL

May your stuffing be tasty
May your turkey be plump,
May your potatoes and gravy
Have nary a lump.
May your yams be delicious
And your pies take the prize
And may your Thanksgiving dinner
Stay off your thighs!
anoynomous

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!!!!

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