We spent Thanksgiving at the NashVegas farm. We enjoyed some great food and even greater family time. We sat on the porch of an old fixed up house drinking sweet tea, talking for hours with aunts, uncles and cousins, and waving to cars driving by. It was every bit as Southern as it sounds.
One of my favorite parts of the farm is the acres upon acres behind Mama Dot's house. There is so much to explore back there and I love driving the Kubota around in search of cows and gators and beautiful barn wood. And there's an old Army Jeep, a truck from many generations ago, and every rusted piece of farm equipment imaginable.
I gave the kids almost 3 days notice that I wanted them at 4:00 on a certain day dressed for pictures. I knew pulling them away from tractor riding and horse roping would not be easy so the more heads up they got, the better.
We trekked out to my favorite spot and managed to get a few photos without anyone needing a tetanus shot. :)
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
So I waited til the Duo was about 3 1/2 to acknowledge their 3ness. I have REALLY enjoyed this year of their life watching them come into their own yet always sticking close together.