Thursday, November 29, 2007

PA Trip Pics

pajama snowball fight with Dad and Aunt Rachel

Rachel and Daddy

Me and my beloved

Mama and Rachel

Rachel and Anna Kate

A Gerber baby at the Doll Museum
I had one just like her - named "Rose"

Rosie got her first Eagles outfit

trying to dry out the cornbread for the
stuffing a little faster - hehe

Boyd Bear Factory

farmhouse at Gettysburg battlefield


Rachel Lynn said...

hey, girl, email me your pics! I love that picture of you blowdrying the stuffing! hahaha! I can't believe it worked!

Kim said...

What great pictures! It looked like a lot of fun!!!

Anonymous said...

I never knew I could use the hair dryer to dry out the bread for stuffing! I usually use the already overcrowded oven.

Great pictures!!

Lindsey @ Enjoythejourney said...

The kids are adorable, and you ain't too bad yourself sweet Alicia.

(the cornbread trick is hilarious, by the way)

Hannah said...

Hahaha! I sooo remember that doll of yours! I used to want to play with her all the time!
As for the dressing...that is so ridiculously you. Wish I could have been there. (i'd have laughed my head off at you...actually. that's what i'm doing right now.)

Rachel A said...

It looks like you had a blast. I bet the kids really enjoyed the snowball fight in their pj's.

I had that same Gerber doll too. Mine was the pink gingham one. It was my favorite.

Jacki said...

I am so jealous you had snow!! I noticed the model trains in the background in one of the pictures....whose is that?

Alicia said...

It's so nice to hear from everyone - thanks for the welcome back!

Leslie - it did work, but it's not recommended. It's pretty hard to keep the crumbs from flying everywhere and it crumbles them. :^)

Jacki - my grandfather used to have a model train display at Christmas that filled an entire room, but unfortunately no one has carried the torch for him. This one was at the doll museum, which also had a GI Joe display and a train room.