Every Thanksgiving, we get together with as many of David's five brothers and sisters as possible. The celebration size waxes and wanes depending on how many of the nieces and nephews are able to make it too. It's always a large gathering and as you can see, everybody breaks out the cameras and the hugs.
We always take over David's youngest brother Rob's house. He has a great floor plan to squeeze in lots of people. I love our family and I love seeing them all together. It's a good thing because there are people everywhere!
This year, Jeanie and Grandma sported matching casts.
It was thrilling to see Jack right in the thick of everything this year. He did not stand to the side and watch. He jumped right in with all the other kids.
There was tooty tot singing and dancing.......
and we all piled on the trampoline. I'm pretty sure we had to have reached maximum capacity and we did not even have all the kids on there.
Jeanie couldn't jump on the trampoline but she was a great sport and took her baby cousin for a ride.
So many cute little girls in one family!!! (and those are just the ones that made it to Thanksgiving)
There was little time for contemplative reflection
but lots of time for silly happiness
and sisterly love.
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