We're going to have SO much fun on Thanksgiving Day. I always plan a craft for the children, because our house isn't very large, and, unless the weather is unusually nice (which it rarely is), we're stuck inside all day. This year, besides the craft, I decided to have all my mom's great-grandchildren (except for Jordan, who is almost 19 and doesn't want to "perform") do something. It's going to be quite a soiree. Our oldest granddaughter plays flute, the next girl plays violin, and the youngest triplet plays clarinet. Their younger brother plays piano. They've been preparing for their Christmas concert at school, so we're going to turn that into a Thanksgiving performance for the captive family that will be coming to the house thinking they're going to get to eat, veg and leave! One niece's children will be giving an art demonstration, break dancing and yodeling (unless they change their minds and come up with something else equally entertaining). The second niece's little girls will be reciting their ABCs, counting in Spanish and singing Joshua Fought the Battle. Our little guy, whose performance skills aren't honed as yet, will be giving a crawling demonstration (we hope).
Hope your Thanksgiving Day is half as much fun as ours is going to be.