This is how our turkey looked at noon on Thanksgiving day. Boy, I was glad we had a nice hearty breakfast.
The two sous chefs, Josie and Sienna, decided to take a nap after helping Cynthia put the turkey in the oven.
I was trying to explain to them that cooking a turkey takes a couple of hours, but I don’t think I was able to convince them because they were all looking at me as if saying, “yeah, right!”
No, the turkey is not cooked yet. Just a couple of more hours kids.
After a couple of hours, even Josie got tired of waiting for the turkey and fell asleep.
Ok, I think that now we are almost ready to eat.
Our Alex decided to help Cynthia by guarding the turkey from the oven to the table.
After almost 8 hours of cooking, let me rephrase this, after 8 hours of Cynthia’s hard work, we were ready to sit down and enjoy a delicious dinner, but first we wanted to get all the kids together and take a picture.
We took a bunch of pictures, and this was the only one that I could use. Why? Because the kids, Josie, our Alex, and Sienna were not cooperating. When two of them would be perfectly sitting, the third one would decide to go to the kitchen, or go back to bed. Believe it or not, this was the most fun and enjoyable time for me because I kept laughing every time we tried to make them pose and they moved. I think we were not clear when we were giving them directions on how to pose. Happy Thanksgiving!