Thanksgiving, when celebrated with Mr. Ferrero Rocher’s side of the family is never a small affair. We had 42 people for dinner with three families missing. One was sick with the flu, another went to St. George, UT, and another stayed in Washington.
Aside from spending time with family, I look forward to the delicious food! The sad part . . . there aren’t usually very many leftovers.
One good thing is there’s always someone to entertain the littles. Here Hershey was in awe with Grandpa’s loud whistles. Isn’t she getting so big?!
One of the highlights this year was the silhouette game. I created Colonial Style Silhouettes from everyone’s profiles. Guessing who was who was a lot harder than people thought it would be!
Some were very easy
Like Uncle J’s adam’s apple being very prominent.
But others looked like twins! Take these two. Mr. Ferrero Rocher thought he was the top one, until he saw the bottom one and couldn’t decide. He’s is the bottom while our nephew is the top.
It was a lot of fun to see family resemblances.
One of these is Bon Bon , the other Mr. Ferrero Rocher’s sister.
And here’s Semisweet and me.
And the little kids were almost impossible to tell apart!
It sure was fun!