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Thanksgiving Treats and Feast


Several weeks ago,  I found a Thanksgiving themed cupcake set.  The girls have been so excited to make the cupcakes.  Saturday morning, we made them together.  The girls love to cook with me!  We made carrot cake with cream cheese icing.  I thought they turned out really cute!


Today our family got to eat with Sarah Kate at her class Thanksgiving feast.  It was wonderful!  We ate the best chicken and noodles EVER!
Ms.  Beth is SK's teacher this year and she also taught Emily.  WE are so thankful for her.  SK's class had made butter to go on their bread.  So fun.  The children also made the noodles in class.  We love our pre-school.

Comments

Lauren said…
ADORABLE!!!!! :)
Charity said…
Do y'all eat chicken and noodles with mashed potatoes on the bottom? or is that just a midwest thing?
Johanne said…
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your wonderful family. I hope you have a great day. May this day be the first of a wonderful holiday season. God Bless <3

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