Hey, friends! I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving and long weekend full of family, friends, food, and some shopping! My mom, dad, and my sister headed to my Aunt and Uncle's for Thanksgiving, and it was really nice to spend some time with them and our two cousins, Morgan and Sara. I totally failed as a blogger and only have one grainy selfie of my sister, me, and my two cousins from the day, but I think that goes to show that we were having a good time.
We had a bunch of yummy food, and I really loved how my stuffing and pies turned out. Yay! If you're looking for some recipes for upcoming holiday parties, check back to THIS post for the recipes I made for Thanksgiving.
I'm not a huge Black Friday shopper, so I headed to my sister's instead to hang out with her for the day, and I ended up joining her and Mike for a second Thanksgiving dinner on Friday night. It's safe to say that I'm still full from Thanksgiving Dinners one AND two.
On Saturday my mom, dad, sister, and I headed out to get our Christmas tree. This is the earliest that we've ever gotten it, but we figured why not enjoy the Christmas season for as long as possible? There's not many things I love more than waking up to the smell of our Christmas tree and looking at it all lit up in our living room at night.
On Sunday morning my mom and I strung lights onto the tree while sipping coffee in some festive mugs that I found at Marshalls Homegoods. There's just something about drinking coffee out of a Christmas mug that makes it so much better!
The rest of the Sunday we ran some errands and then I went to the gym with my dad for a post Thanksgiving workout. And now here we are on Monday night! I hope all you big shoppers out there scored some good deals during Cyber Monday today. We got a teensy tiny head start on our Christmas gift shopping this weekend, but we still have a good amount to do!
I'm a list kinda girl, and that's no different when it comes to Christmas gifts. I like to write down the gifts we still need to get, along with the person's name we're gifting the present to. So, I figured why not make a cute printable to use this year, and I'm sharing it with you all so you can print it out to use for your holiday gift lists. Isn't is so much more fun to make lists when it's Christmas themed? Please tell me I'm not the only crazy list lady here ;P
Click HERE to get your FREE printable Christmas List! Happy gift giving, friends :)