Howe family Thanksgiving this year was this much fun!
We spent the day and night at Honey & Boss's house and 17 of the Howe side (plus 3 kiddos) could make the day. It gets harder every year as our family continues to grow to get everyone together but, we had a good showing. My mom did a fantastic job of making her house inviting and beautiful. I wish I had taken pics of the tables and place settings because they were so cute. The food was delicious and way too much. But, the company topped it all!
Kinley, Aubrey, and Luke could all play so well together this year...but, we really missed Winlon and baby Speight. Kinley's red wagon was the hit of the day and they climbed in and out, opened and shut the doors, pushed and pulled each other all day long. Every once in a while they would stop to climb some stairs, swing outside in the freezing cold, or throw some pool balls around the pool table...but, overall, the wagon was number one.
The boys had some good times reading and watching sports....this pic was for real. What a bunch of handsome boys!?!
We missed Sean, Camila, Winlon, Speight, Lois and Jack who were all in Atlanta with that sweet newborn angel! But, we did Skype them for literally hours all day and just kept the computer on. We all talked to them and we ate at their dinner table. It is incredible what modern technology allows.
As always when we get together....we took a lot of family pics.
Minus Matt who was at the A&M game watching the Aggies beat up on the Longhorns...Whoop!
We could NOT get a good Harrison family pic....Kinley was not into participating.
Minus Lois and we were all with Helen who was missing Phil, Cary & Chris who were all in Lubbock.
Grandkids and Great-grandkids
We tried to get a good kid pic and that didn't work...so we tried a kid and momma pic...which was also not so successful....but, SO much fun!
We ended the night with a fabulous pj party and, of course, some more wagon time.
Hope everyone else had a fabulous Thanksgiving!
Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name.