Murphy Memories

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Thanksgiving in Idaho!

Thanks to the generosity of Marc and Jamie, we got to spend Thanksgiving in Idaho this year, for the first time in three years. We flew from Mesa to Provo and then drove from Provo to Idaho Falls. It made for a long day of travel but it was well worth it to be with family. We were so thankful for the ability to do just that and feel so blessed to have the families that we do. Happy (late) Thanksgiving!
Staying content and entertained at the airport is
always a lot to ask. 

"No, Momma, I don't want to smile."

Miles, ready for take off!

Watching all of the carts and
lifts drive away before take off.

Warming up some freezing fingers!

And Benji was very good at cheering him on. 
Miles was very determined to reach ALL of
the pool balls. 

It's always a party in the hot tub. 
Nice job on the Turkey, boys! 
Time for Pie!
Sour Cream Blueberry, the new favorite and
classic Banana Cream Pie.
A surprise visit to my family's house. 
Obviously we are professional
selfie takers. 

Just some casual Black Friday shopping. 
Adorable, sleepy fire-fighters. Black Friday
wears everyone out. 

I will try a little harder to get pictures of our children next
time. We are cute and all, but these selfies make
us look bad. ;)
If one thanksgiving dinner is good,
two must be better!
A belated Thanksgiving celebration with the Freddy's.
All nine grand-kids, happy and smiling. 
A surprise visit from Santa! 

Miles was excited about the
candy-cane and brave enough
to go get it. Nice work!
We are so grateful for all that we have and feel so blessed that we were able to be with family for Thanksgiving. We can't wait to be back up for Christmas! The boys are really looking forward to playing with all of their favorite friends again...especially Moki. Our day of travel home was pretty uneventful, although an hour delay at the airport made for some pretty stir-crazy two year olds. They passed out on the plane about 10 minutes into the flight.

These two were troopers for such a long day. 

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