We had a nice Thanksgiving in Atlanta with Baubie and Jim, who flew in from CA. Wednesday and Thursday were spent gathering groceries, prepping and cooking the feast. All the dishes were delicious, and everyone agreed that it was the easiest Thanksgiving dinner to prepare because of the prep work done beforehand.
At dinner, I loaded up Noah's tray with turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, and he wouldn't touch it! Maybe he didn't like the look of the gravy. Matt tried again, and this time he dipped everything in ketchup. Noah loved the turkey and stuffing with ketchup! He's quite the ketchup lover! Noah would only eat each bite if the ketchup part of the bite entered his mouth first. Noah is still a good eater, but he quickly forms an opinion about his meals, and if he decides he doesn't like the sight something, it's hard to get him to reconsider.
We went to the Atlanta History Museum, where we enjoyed an exhibit about Jim Henson and the Muppets. We also went to the Coke Museum and had fun sampling Coke from all over the world.
The drive to and from Atlanta was rough, but it was nice to have a long stretch of time with family. Here's
some more pictures.