Monday, November 23, 2015

Weekend Whoas

Happy {week of} Thanksgiving!  I hope you had a great week/weekend.
We continued to gear up for the holidays by decorating the showroom at John Deere this week.  Granny brought out the little cowboys to help.  We try to make this daunting task as much fun as possible by inviting co-workers and their families to come out to decorate and then we reward them with pizza.  What's not to love?!  My boys look forward to it year after year.
A work day out of town last week also meant a little pre-Black Friday shopping for this lady.  I've been fighting a cough/sore throat so I skipped out on lunch and opted for a hot tea and Target.  I can't wait to get with my girls in a few days for our annual crazy shopping extravaganza.  I better start working on a list - and get rid of this cough! 
That being said, we had a pretty low-key weekend at home.  Keeler spent most of this time out at the farm with Tyler.
He worked all day on Saturday and even got to do a little supervised shooting.  He tried really hard to stay up past bedtime on Saturday but he was one wore out little cowboy.

Kallahan opted to stay at home with me - which I just LOVE.  We had a lazy Saturday.  We did manage to get out for a bit to attend the annual Tumbleweed Bazaar with Brittney and cousin Haylee. 
Seriously, too much cuteness for one picture.  We love our Haylee Bug!
 After a little shopping they got to visit with the big guy!  Kallahan was so excited.  He told him he wants a car.  I have no idea what kind of car the kid is thinking.  I've given the little cowboys toy catalogs to go through and Kallahan manages to circle every single item on every page.  Hopefully this means our options are wide open and NOT that he expects to get every single item :) 
 Keeler had a friend over to play on Sunday.  Kallahan was feeling a little left out {typical pesky little bro issues} so again I got to spend some one-on-one time with my little cutie. 

Keeler is getting so big too quick.  He's in a sporty stage right now... only wants to wear athletic clothes and recently asked for a skateboard.  It's quite the switcharoo from the kid that insisted on wearing cowboy boots and button-ups all last year but we're embracing it.  Whatever makes him happy :)
...and he's pretty impressive on his skateboard.
We ended the weekend attending our second annual "Friendsgiving" at the Mullen's house.  We had the best time!  The kids played great together and of course the food was fabulous.  We knew we wanted to get a group picture of the kids with the goal to take one every year.  Afterwards, we had Keeler take our picture and it's too cute to see us from his viewpoint.  

We have so much to be thankful for.  We hope that your holiday is spent with loved ones and filled with wonderful memories and moments.  
From our family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving!
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