Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Pumpkins and Turkeys

A few days after Halloween, Emmy wanted to put on her Halloween costume again. My mom had found this cute Dalmatian costume and got it for Emmy before she knew that we had already gotten one. So this time, Emmy wanted to wear this one. She stood in front of the mirror and admired herself for quite awhile.

She was so proud to be a little doggy.

I finally decided to do something with the pumpkins that we never got around to carving, and let Emmy paint them. She had a ball.

After she was done painting them, she wanted to put them back on the porch, so now I have some really interesting looking pumpkins on my porch!

For FHE last week, we had a lesson about being thankful. We talked about the things we can be thankful for, and Em colored this lovely picture.

Then we made thankful turkeys where we traced her hand and made a turkey out of it and wrote the things she was thankful for. You probably can't see it in the picture because she wanted to make more and more turkeys and then color on all of them, but she was thankful for: her grandmas and grandpas, Rivers, Roxy, snow, flowers, Jesus, ovals, blankets, pillows, turkeys, and scriptures.

It was really cute.

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