Jake's Thanksgiving

We left Tuesday right after school to head to Fort Worth. We stopped in Texarkana to eat and was invited to eat with my friend Sarah and her parents.

They didn't have a high chair or booster seat, so Jake sat like a big guy.

This is how Jake looked when we finally got there...
at almost 11:00pm.

He decided to go with the sideways-sleeping.

Apparently we didn't do anything important Wednesday because I have no pictures from that day.

Thursday morning we watched the parade.

He was a little more interested than last year.
And had a little bit more hair.

He did a little Belly Button Book reading with Grandude.

He thought it was funny to not sit still for a picture of his shirt.
I made it.

He checked on Granna's progress in the kitchen.

He felt Grandude's whiskers.

He put on his bib from Mimi and was ready to eat!

All done eating, he had a full belly!

We then got changed into our gear for the big A&M game.

I don't remember what he was doing, but it was hilarious.
Also, he still had a little lunch on his face.

Gig 'em Ags!
This picture is terrible, but it's the only one in the
overalls where he's looking at the camera.

This is how Jake would look as a Duggar.
(His overalls were too small and kept coming unbuttoned.
So I just unbuttoned all of them.)

Friday we didn't go ANYWHERE!
(Except a special event that night that will have its own post later.)
Jake fed the dog some of his snacks.

We took a nap.
(His head isn't as wedged as it looks.)

Saturday we went shopping at this new awesome shopping center in Arlington. We saw this "Texas A&M" sign thinking it would be an A&M store. It was nothing. I don't know why it was there.

We ate at Jason's Deli. Mmmmm...

Jake wore his HOWDY shirt that I found at Gymboree on clearance.


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