Monday, November 30, 2009

Happy {late} Thanksgiving!

This year we spent our Thanksgiving holiday in Williamsburg, VA. The weather on Thanksgiving day was lovely as we walked from one end of Colonial Williamsburg to the other, and back again!

I hope you all had a most pleasant holiday!

10 comments:

Mrs. Gore said...

What a beautiful place to be - no matter what season you visit!

Christine said...

What lovely pictures! I adore Williamsburg; it is so lovely at this time of year!

emily b. said...

happy (late) thanksgiving to you, too.

and - we did it! {high five} thanks for all the nablopomo inspiration and encouragement, i really enjoyed it. :)

Sarah said...

Love the pics, Caroline! Mmmm.... Williamsburg is such a neat place! I wish I were there. I really enjoyed all your posts this month... its the bloggers ideal to post every day, but I know from experience how difficult that is!

Kaitlyn Michelle said...

What a wonderful time it looks like you had! :)

Haughstuff said...

We live in VA now, but used to live about 30 minutes from Williamsburg. We went just about every month! Those beautiful pictures took me back :)

Emily said...

Beautiful pictures! I love Williamsburg in the Fall!

Anonymous said...

Caroline,

The dresses your sisters are wearing, I was wondering if you made them, or if they were Hanna Andersson dresses?

Mary Cecilia.

Wendy said...

Hi Mary Cecilia,

The baby's dress is Zutano, the dress that is made of 2 different fabrics is Flap Happy and the other dress is Heartstrings. You may remember from a previous post that Caroline did make the skirt that the other sister is wearing. I do get a lot of the girl's clothes from Hanna Andersson though. The colors stay so bright which is such a plus when they are being handed down to younger sisters.

Thanks for your interest.
Wendy, Caroline's mom

Anonymous said...

Thanks for answering Caroline's Mom! I have previously bought clothes from Hanna Andersson too! That's why they looked so familiar to me! I just fell in love with their adorible patterns!

Mary Cecilia.