Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Giving Thanks the Canadian Way

One of the highlights of being in a multi-national family is the ability to celebrate a myriad of holidays! Monday we celebrated Canadian Thanksgiving with all of the Victoria family. As you can see I do not have any pictures from the actual meal, this is because we devoured everything before I had a chance to whip out the camera. So instead I will share a few pics from the after-meal festivities, which mostly revolved around chasing after toddlers to make sure that they did not break Grandma's porcelain treasures!

One of Lil's favorite past-times at Grandma and Far-Far's house- gathering the fake fruit.

Lil and Far-Far.

Playing the Bongo Drums with Cousin Anders. Such musical cousins!

Fish Lips. Not sure what this is all about but it is a common occurrence in our house.

Cousin Mattias and Auntie Renee hamming it up.

Grandma and Lil.

Great-Grandpa Lawrence taking a post-meal nap.


Tiff said...

I think maybe the "fish lips" comes from watching you look at yourself in the mirror when you do your make up and hair!!!!! hahaha.
Its ok, you cant help it...neither can I, and neither can mom!