We are officially stuffed and tired which means Thanksgiving has come and gone. We had a wonderful time celebrating with friends and family, but I am more than looking forward to having a pajama day today as we start decorating for Christmas.
We had an unusually farmy Thanksgiving this year! We started out at Michael parents house where Ethan learned to moo, pet a bull, pet a horse and saw his first deer. Surprisingly he is more a fan of cows than horses, but that suits his Grandpa just fine. I'm sure Ethan has many cow auctions, vet visits, and fence building in his future.
We also made a pit stop at my Uncles farm so he could introduce us to his new hobby....goats. He had 20 plus babies born this week alone (all from one very busy and probably very happy billy goat). We met some of the babies which are the cutest things I've ever seen and even witnessed a birth. Maybe we won't need to give Ethan the dreaded birds and bees talk now?
Ethan jumped at the chance to sweep the barn out. He's going to make a great farmhand one day. I know I'll be more than excited to send him to work on his Grandpa's farm once he's a little older. Hard work is important and it certainly did a lot of good for his daddy, he is one of the hardest workers and most handy men I know.
I hope you all had a wonderful holiday and have safe travels! Ethan and I will be snuggled up today with apple cider and Christmas movies as we recover from our Turkey comatose and deck the house for the next holiday.