Kendrick was first to have his school's Thanksgiving celebration on Thursday. I went up to the school that day and volunteered cutting and peeling apples for almost 2 hours. But, it was worth it to be able to see him all dressed up in his Indian outfit giving thanks on the floor for lunch with 60 other kiddos. It wasn't really a "parent come and oogle over your kid" thing. It was just a feast.
Walking to the fest with a bubble in his mouth, and holding a little baby turkey.
There was also a pretty cool pilgrim village where they saw the Mayflower and signed the ship's log book, learned about planting and growing corn, how they built houses then and the first Thanksgiving meal.
On Friday, we enjoyed Cavett's school Thanksgiving Play. He was dressed as a pilgrim, others were turkeys or indians. (Of which I volunteered on Tuesday about 3 hours helping them make the Indian pillowcase vests.) There was a story read and each time one of the characters were addressed, lines were spoken as a group. For example the Pilgrim women said, "Mercy me!" in the sweetest voices. Pilgrim men: Bang! Bang! Indian Men: Big and brave. Turkeys: Gobble, gobble.
Just as we were getting into the story, Cavett leaves his place on stage and goes with another little girl to the microphone on the side. He had a SOLO that he had kept from us until this morning on the way to school when Stephen heard a hint of what might be to come, but didn't quite get the story straight before Cavett left the car.
It was awesome and I was so proud!
Now, the chicken dance on the other hand was just plain hilarious! If this doesn't make you laugh out loud, there is something wrong, especially the last 45 seconds or so.