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Thanksgiving Tree

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We really wanted a way to help our family to take time to appreciate all of our blessings. This year has been a bit bumpy for us and when you are in the midst of a difficult period often it is hard to realize (and appreciate) the blessings you do have—-well it is for us. So while things aren’t always how we planned and turning out the way we wanted we still have been blessed and have much to be thankful for.

We took a huge branch from our yard and I die-cut tons of leaves in different colors. Our original plan was  every night at dinner for each of us to write something we are thankful for on our leaf and clip it (with those mini- clothes pins I love) to a branch.

I noticed Chocolate on my Cranium is doing a similar activity with her family, except she does one more thing that I think is fabulous. She also focuses on what we do for others.  She has made darling  printable Thanks and Giving Trees if you want to forgo the tree branch.  On one tree you write what you are thankful for and on the other tree you write something you have done for somebody.

So on one side of our leaf we will write what we are thankful for and on the other side something nice we have done for someone.

oops I notice the photo didn’t show that my son is thankful for his friends.

By the way–I am thankful for all of you that stop by here each day! You have brightened many days with your sweet comments and even if you don’t leave a comment my stat counter says you have been here and that also makes me happy!

You might also be interested in these Thanksgiving ideas.

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