Proud mama looking on at her baby boy.
Jude Hillman Pumphrey, 9 lbs 2 oz 19 1/2 in
Such a perfect baby!
Ok, on to our Thanksgiving Day! The morning was spent sleeping in and still recovering from the long drive to Kansas. Ryan's mom, Susan, slaved away in the kitchen for days preparing a wonderful meal. She wouldn't let any of us go near the kitchen to help! So she prepared all the food. That woman is God sent. Our meal was served around 1:00 partly due to the fact that the girls were still primping. :)
Me, Grandma Ebright (guest of honor), and Ryan
I had to throw this picture in here. Grandma sure loves her rolls! She says they are the best homemade rolls she's ever tasted. I tried making them one year and failed miserably.
All the woman surrounding a very special lady.
Me, Susan, Sally, Emily and Grandma Ebright
The boys had to get their turn with her too.
Harlan, Grandma Ebright and Ryan
Sadly, my mom couldn't make it because she had to work the day after Thanksgiving. Ryan's home town is about 3 and 1/2 hours away from Kansas City so it didn't make sense for her to drive all that way for half a day. But my mom was there in spirit, and I will get to see her a lot in December.
Sally & I showing off the curtains we made back on the Forth of July.
The rest of the day was spent recovering from stuffing our faces. However, we did decide to venture out to see the movie Blind Side. We drove all over Kansas to find a theatre that wasn't already sold out! It was well worth the drive and time it took to see it. I HIGHLY recommend everyone to run out and see this.