Thanksgiving 2015 in Utah
So this has been a week of travel and celebration for our family. We traveled to Utah to spend time with the family this week for Thanksgiving and had a great trip. We left last Friday morning and drove Friday and Saturday to get to Utah. We spent the week dividing our time between our families and having a grand ol’ time! Here are some photos from our trip.
Grandma and Grandpa Arnesen drove with us from Texas to Utah. They were great with the kids.
James figured out how to work his car seat shade.
We let the kids get out and “play” in the snow during a brief stop in Monticello
Eliza loved playing the piano with Grandma Huggard
Aunt Beka helped Eliza put together an old alphabet puzzle.
At the annual pie making party Uncle Spencer helped Eliza make a pecan pie.
James got a lemon somehow during the pie making party and he loved sucking on it. When we tried to take it, he had a fit.
Eliza is a beautiful princess.
James and Eliza at our family photo shoot.
Grandma and Grandpa Thomas came to eat an early Thanksgiving dinner with the Arnesen family on Wednesday. Grandpa Thomas is so good with the little kids.
All the Huggard granddaughters got these cute hats to wear during Thanksgiving Dinner.
James loved all the food! He also loved the table cloth.
The kids were great in the car both to and from Utah. Eliza read books and entertained herself.
We had some bad weather on our way back to Texas. We had icy roads into and out of Santa Rosa, New Mexico. We decided to go the long way around through Fort Stockton instead of trying to go through Lubbock in an ice storm.