and the fancy rice crispy treats that I learned how to make at Kerre's blog. Faith, family and food brings us together on these lovely holidays. Smells and sounds all bring back the pleasant memories of childhood.Although I did not take pictures of the wonderful food, we did not leave the table hungry. Kim and Kevin and their kids spent the afternoon and early evening with us. Dakota and Kayla broke out some old toys that I put up for future grandkids. The cousins had fun playing.
I don't remember the last time Kayla played Barbies. I am glad that my teens aren't "too mature" to play with their cousins. I would have never been on the floor playing Barbies as a 14 year old. I am proud of my kids. I hope this is a small glimpse into the type of parents they will be.
Kolton was enjoying playing with Kota and Kayla.
Okay, help me solve this dilemma. Does Kayla look more like me (the Steigerwalt/Doan side of the family) or the Crawford/Beninghof side of the family? I'll tell you what I think in my next post!