Friday, November 28, 2014

Tuesday, November 25

Our family enjoys using the "Thanksliving Treasures" box year after year to help us celebrate Thanksgiving.  This resource from Family Life combines history, Scripture, and fun activities to prepare our hearts for Thanksgiving.  Edi has jumped into the spirit of things, too, and she let us wrap her up in toilet paper to represent how sin hinders us in the race of life.
Our thankful turkey is sprouting several new feathers every day, and our basket of Thanksgiving books holds our old favorites like Louisa May Alcott's "Old Fashioned Thanksgiving" (which we read aloud every year) and "Thanks for Thanksgiving" by Julie Markes.

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