Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Kids Talking Thanksgiving

So happy I was able to get in on #KidsTalkingTurkey as I have a couple of hams who were quick to volunteer their expertise in the Thanksgiving area...or lack there of - you know, it could go either way here and I think it did.  Still, they are both convincing enough that you can agree one way or the other..











Although I'm not quite sure what she meant by be nice to the turkeys, I'm sure she will be eating some come Thursday!


Loved being able to link up!




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17 comments:

Mirjam said...

Still laughing, your kids are great!

Galit Breen said...

Wowsa they're so eloquent and well informed! Nice job, Mama!

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!

Julie said...

That was awesome! "It's a yam people!"
Her closing statement sounded a little bit possessed.
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

CoffeeLovinMom said...

Thanks, they had a lot of fun!

CoffeeLovinMom said...

Thanks and same to you! He just had a library moment with the Thanksgiving story so he was well informed - I will have to look up Sacagawea and make sure if she was there or not...

CoffeeLovinMom said...

Thank Julie! She loves talking to the "people". I hope you and yours has a great one too!

Gregory Burgess said...

I loved this, it was so cute. I hope you all have a great thanks giving.

Liz said...

Oh goodness! I could listen to their lovely accents all day!

I actually really love that gravy is very important to them.

CoffeeLovinMom said...

Thanks for stopping by Gregory - I hope you and yours have a great one as well!

CoffeeLovinMom said...

I was a little proud of the gravy statements myself. My son has been asked if he is from Europe with his accent, not sure where he gets that from - thanks Liz! Have a great Thanksgiving!

Christopher said...

1700's or 1800's, Pretty close for a youngster. And ditto on loving those accents. Just remember, the Pilgrims were not the Puritans. The pilgrims had fun.

Amymacsmusings said...

Such cute kids! She was so convinced she had the right answer when she said, "Jello!"

Kimberly said...

They are so cute! I'd love to have Jello with my turkey! :)

CoffeeLovinMom said...

I will have to fill him in on the pilgrims - thanks for the info!

CoffeeLovinMom said...

She might be right on the color, if anyone ever really made jello...

CoffeeLovinMom said...

I may have to let her make some for next year

Jessica said...

They were so excited to talk turkey. Sounds like all they need is some gravy and they are set.

Thanks for joining us!

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