We had a really delightful Thanksgiving this year, complete with the boys' ever-astounding Thanksgiving hats (see 2010, 2009, 2008, you get the idea...). This year, Ben fell back to a traditional family favorite, the turkey leg hats. As this hat is in unsurprisingly high demand, Ben included step-by-step instructions below so you you can create your own.
stupid cancer!) and I was a little worried that the celebration would seem empty without them. But God really blessed us with full hearts and tons of gratitude that we got to spend precious time together at Disney in October and we were able to approach Thanksgiving with just the right spirit, even if our table was missing 2 important guests.
When Steve put the turkey on the table, she just stared at it with a giant smile glued to her face for a full 10-count. It was hilarious! Between the real turkey and the butter turkey (also pictured, a very important Thanksgiving tradition), I think she enjoyed the meal of a lifetime.