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SO MUCH TO BE THANKFUL FOR






















My dearest Sofia,  today was your very first Thanksgiving.

We spent the day with your grandparents (and your great grandparents!)
I bet they sure feel lucky that they've met you in their lifetime.
You've grown so much...
in what seems like only yesterday.
Your father and I feel so blessed to hold you in our arms.
You are what I thank God for every single day.

How was your Thanksgiving, friends?

Erick and I are currently in a bit of a turkey-enduced-coma.

Going to try my best attempt at "sleeping" it off before work at 8AM. :/


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  1. Our thanksgiving was pretty good! Your family is so beautiful and so are your photos. Yeah the turkey is starting to kick in now. :P

    Petit Monstree

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  2. Beautiful post! It was also Chloe's first Thanksgiving, we had a great time celebrating with my husbands family!

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  3. Yay! I'm so glad everyone enjoyed their days. I'm ready for a nap, though! 6am came quicker than I thought! Haha
    :)

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  4. woah. your momma's cardigan? i wants it. for shiz.

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