I am thankful for Mommy, Daddy and Emmerson.
I got to be a pilgrim in our school Thanksgiving play. My hat kept falling off and my teacher, Mrs. Rosenblatt, spent a lot of time fixing it for me!
Our class were pilgrims. Another class were indians and the third three-year-old class were dressed as turkeys.
Getting my hat fixed, again!
Some of my classmates!
Being silly before singing our songs. We had four songs:
Flag of America
Hello Mr. Turkey
Ten Little Indians
and OOh-ahhh OOO-Ahhh Shoot that arrow
Here are some of the indians. That is my friend Jacob in the blue shirt!
Counting out our indians in song!
Aren’t we all too cute!
Melanie (we grew up in Gymboree together) showing her smarts with counting indians!
The girl on the left is my sometimes girlfriend, Rebecca! She likes bugs! Zachary is next to me. Zachary and I are friends but we are mean to each other quite often!
Shooting our arrows…this was our favorite song!
We all look like we should be in a special class of goofballs! But we were all REALLY into singing!
This is Dylan, Sophia and Ethan. They are my friends!
Dylan is a total ham!
This is Kayla and Melanie!
The turkeys took the stage! 🙂
After the play a strange man got on stage dressed as a very colorful chicken. We all did the chicken dance. I made Grandpa Howie dance with me. The crowd was so big on the “dance floor” Mommy and Daddy had a hard time getting in with the camera.
The parents get roped into a LOT at our school. Daddy was even a pot of honey once at the Jewish New Year celebration! So everyones get involved!
Happy TURKEY DAY!