Hey Hey I’m back!! Hope you all had a fabulous Turkey Day holiday. I’m looking forward to some blog catch up and some normal (for me) food!! As soon as we got home today I unpacked the car then jumped back in it to head to the store for some much needed produce. I really enjoyed my 3 days of holiday food, but I can feel my body kinda starting to hate me. Time to get back to the grind!
Like I told you guys before I left, I REALLY didn’t want this Turkey Day to be about the food, so I honestly didn’t take many food pictures. I snapped the Turkey Day meal though!
Ninja and I were basically starved by the time we reached daddy’s at 9:30am Turkey Day morning. We had been on the road since 4am, so although I did pack us some bars and grapes, our tummies were more than ready for food by the time we arrived! I devoured this plate, then helped myself to a second.
I know what your thinking. No turkey? No stuffing? Nope, not a fan. I’m actually not a fan of Turkey Day food at all, hence why my plate is made up of random stuff. I ate my fill of cheese and crackers though!
The weekend was pretty much filled with more of the same food. There was also some soup, some bagels, and some homemade pizza thrown in there, but nothing too exciting.
Brother and I being silly
Little Sissy and I
On Saturday, we all piled in Daddy’s truck and went pine cone hunting for a DIY project I am doing later this month. The kiddos helped me wrangle up some fallen pine cones, and we took in the scenery.
Later that night, Little Sissy and I played makeovers. And when I say we, I mean I sat there and let her go to town with her makeup on my face.
Then the kids and I piled on daddy for a little family picture
Little Sissy and I giving daddy kisses and Little Bro doing… I’m not quite sure what he’s doing.
As always, it was tough to say goodbye, but I just reminded the kids that I would be up again after Christmas to see them. Most of the time when I tell them things like that, I am doing it more for my benefit than theirs. Sometimes I feel like I am literally having to force myself into the car. I just hate leaving them.
BUT, such is life. I am very blessed to have all that I have, and that is what I try to remember.
What was your favorite part of Turkey Day this year?
Do you find it hard or easy to go back into “normal” eating after the holidays?