Tomorrow is turkey day! Which also means its the official kick off of the Christmas season! Yippy!! I am so thankful for being blessed with way more than I deserve. Seriously, I am. Blogging has helped me find myself and keep up with my passions. My family is complete and we are moved into our new home. It is going to be such a special Christmas! I can’t let Thanksgiving pass without thanking you all. I wish I could do more for you all, and soon I hope that I will have more time to create more content for you. I have worked really hard and I wish that you knew how much you all mean to me.
I have been a bit absent lately because I have been drowning in garland and glitter and rearranging furniture to make room for our Christmas trees. I put 3 of them in the living room and they look so good! We bought flocked and glittery trees and let me tell you they were messyyyy. I am so glad that is done. We plan on doing alot more decorating and cutting down a fresh tree but our house instantly felt homier when I put my Christmas tree on. I love the holidays and I also love this gorgeous dress that I got from Hale Bob. It makes the perfect dress for a Christmas party or family photos. If you are looking for a mommy and me look THIS GIRLS SKIRT from gap matches perfectly. I love the red color, lace sleeves and the fit is very flattering for anyone because it isnt super tight.
I am about to go start prepping for Thanksgiving, and since I am I figured I would share this shopping list with you in case you are still trying to figure out substitutes for gluten free. I am making the trader joes stuffing, I cook mine with chicken broth rather than water and I add sausage and sage to it, to fancy it up a bit. I will also be making a green bean casserole using the crispy onions and cream of mushroom soup. This is the first year I have found the crispy onions and I am very excited to have green bean casserole again… oh yeah that reminds me I am also making broccoli bake! similar idea but a bit different. Since Thanksgiving day is so chaotic I will also be making a quiche tonight. That will make sure breakfast is done and I can just make a mimosa and watch the Thanksgiving parade. It will be such a great day, we are going to my brother in laws house for Thanksgiving dinner and I am very excited to see my niece. I hope you all enjoy your Thanksgiving. I just wanted to give you all a big thank you for being here and thank you for all of your support and encouragement.