This time of year, it seems like the kids are gearing up for Christmas and the “I wants” start taking over our conversations. So each year in November, our family makes a Thankful Turkey.
We cut out a bunch of feathers, write what we are thankful for on them, and attach them to the naked turkey.
We let the kids write whatever they want. Some of the things are serious, and some are not.
By the time we are done, the turkey tail is huge, and we all feel a little more gratitude for the things that we have, and seem to focus a little less on the things that we want.
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