The quilt is made from 3 shirts that belonged to Jason’s dad, and one of Jason’s denim shirts, so it has lots of sentimental value. And is pretty dang cute.
Pam and Jennie (two sweet BSP sistas) helped get Amy started on the quilt while I was away, not that I would have been much help, seeing as how I have never made any kind of quilt. But still. Just shows you how important these “aunties” are to our kids, even when the kids are old enough to have kids of their own.
Speaking of kids, the grammies and Amy will be at school today having Thanksgiving lunch with the wee boys. Grandma: all the fun with none of the work!
So today is menu planning and grocery list making, getting ready for turkey day.
Every year I fix a glazed carrots and parsnip dish, and marinated Roma tomatoes. Yum. Both recipes can be found at www.dyerdining.blogspot.com.
What are some traditional Thanksgiving family dishes that you serve? Not counting the turkey and cranberry sauce!