Hope you all had a fun family day and ate lots of turkey!
I did a Canadian Thanksgiving in 2000 - I have NEVER seen or eaten so much food. Happy memories.
Yes Happy Thanksgiving!
Thanks ladies! I'm in turkey coma. Too bad my mom overcooked it this year. Boooo! We get a do-over tomorrow at MIL's house though. She usually does the turkey ok but overcooks the veggies. HA HA! You can never win, can you? Oh well, at least I didn't have to cook, right?
My mom is house sitting for a friend right now and they have 2 exchange students. One of them was there for dinner tonight. She's from Japan and they don't have Thanksgiving there. She was so excited. She took pictures of her food to share with her family and friends back home. So sweet!!!
My mil's turkey is always soo freaking juicy it almost seems undercooked to me and it kind of scares me. It's so good though.
LOL Whitney. I've been there!
My mom has a bad back and she was waiting for one of us to come and lift the turkey out for her. Which meant it cooked longer. Booo! So I blame it on DD's late nap.
Good thing you can enjoy Thanksgiving before any m/s kicks in or everything would look gross! haha. Mine should be over with a week before our Thanksgiving! yay!
I was thinking that too! It worked out great! I'll be in my second tri for Christmas so I should be good by then too. I don't normally get too sick when I'm pg but there are definitely some food aversions. Like last time I went through several months where I didn't want coffee. It saddened me. LOL
We had a fabulous Thanksgiving feast at my in-laws yesterday. I ate way too much but was it ever yummy!! I am thinking we should celebrate American Thanksgiving too so I can have turkey one more time
"cash's mommy" wrote:
Growing up we had turkey for any holiday. I am the youngest of 10 and turkey was the cheapest meat to have. For many years my family got together at least once a month so I have eaten a ton of turkey in my lifetime