Happy December everyone! Before I get swept away into Starbucks red cups, Christmas tunes and tacky sweaters, I want to take a few minutes to reflect back on Thanksgiving. Unfortunately, as we get older, there are fewer and fewer times that we get to spend all together, so I appreciate the times we are together even more. This year Landon and I went to Charlotte for Thanksgiving to spend time with the Moore family, and I truly cherished every minute of our trip. Below you'll see a few snapshots from our Thanksgiving day, which included laughter, beautiful details and an abundance of food. What you won't see, however, are the matching camouflage pajamas that my mom got us all in Landon's honor. It was his first Thanksgiving with our family, and she wanted to make him feel right at home. Landon's comfort may have come at my grandmother's expense, as I highly doubt she would ever choose to wear any camouflaged clothing item; yet she donned those pajama pants without a complaint and rocked them like a champ the entire weekend. Our family is far from perfect, but no one can deny how much we are cared for and loved. I thank my God for this family and the joy they bring to my life. Our time together left me feeling full...both stomach and soul included.