Do you have Thanksgiving traditions, habits you turn to? We do and we’re sharing them today. We hope you will find some here to be thankful for as well. 1. Kendra’s Thankfulness Tree is a memory-making treasure for every year. 2. Kendra’s Note to Self makes such great sense. Adopt this habit this Thanksgiving and save yourself so much time in years to come. “In
A – All things bright and beautiful. B – Birds at the feeder. Boys and trains. C – Cranberry sauce! Cornbread. D – desks in our homeschool room. E – Each of these! F – Family. Friends. Freedom. Faux Pecan Pie. Football this weekend. G – God’s Goodness. H – Home. Hand print turkeys. I – Ice cream. J – Jr. Joker Middle Girl and
Don’t you love Thanksgiving? Our celebration is practical, simple and fun. I’m sharing our chalkboard menu with you today along with a few tips I’ve learned along the way. I like to ease into the holidays, spreading preparations over several days. Below are our favorite annual recipes: Overnight Turkey (Easy, Delicious and Always Moist!) Be sure to take your turkey out of the fridge several
Yes. It’s just two weeks from tomorrow, folks! Last week I shared with you the $5 Dinner Mom’s new Holiday ebook. This week our turkey is in the freezer. We saved $11 by following a tip in Erin’s Holiday Entertaining Guide. We bought our turkey on sale – at just 79 cents a pound! I have had such fun with the easy holiday ideas from
On the last Saturday of October, even before breakfast, we got out the paper roll. And we sketched a simple tree with markers. Inspired by Kendra’s Thankfulness Tree and Jamie’s paper version. We hung our tree on the pantry door. Right by the kitchen table. We traced around real leaves to make our paper ones. And we gave thanks. We listed the gifts… Cool weather
A captive audience. That’s what you have in family and friends on Thanksgiving. Each year at this time we share what we call a unit celebration of our homeschool. Basically, we show off the best of our school work and projects while the side dishes are still warming in the oven. This four-year tradition is rooted in our Tapestry of Grace studies. But, we not
We enjoyed this last year so much that it is officially an annual habit. You simply ready a mason jar (or even a plastic sandwich bag) then print out the downloadable pdf. Next, have a child cut all out the thankful ideas, rolling each into a little scroll. Place all 26 in your jar and draw out one a day. Be thankful all of November!