Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Brody's Turkey Tale

The four year old preschoolers told their teacher, Mrs. Randall, all about Thanksgiving!  Their tales are hilarious and Brody's just cracked me up, so I thought I would share it with you.  We have quite the storyteller on our hands...

I'm going to Grandpa Larry's  for Thanksgiving.  Grandma and Grandpa will be there.  So will Uncle Adam, Daddy's grandpa and grandma, Aubrey and Addie will be there.  Aubrey and Addie's mom is having another baby but we don't know if it will be a boy or girl.  Jenna always  wants it to be a girl!  

Grandpa Larry's house is a long, long ways away.  We'll take our car there.  We have new tires! It probably takes four hours to get there.  First we have to go to Sioux City  There's a piano there for Jenna.  And she'll probably do swimming lessons while we're there. 

 Our Thanksgiving food will be pie, peach pie and pumpkin pie!  The ingredients are sugar, chocolate chips, flour, fluffy stuff, eggs and milk  We might eat apples, cut up ones.  Our meat will be turkey.  It has to be giant, like 10 feet long.  I can carry it because I have big muscles.  Mom is going to make our turkey, like last year.  We went hunting for it and daddy shooted it, not by himself, but Grandpa Larry and Uncle Adam helped grill to cook it.  It takes five minutes to cook it.  Dad will cut it open with a sharp knife and fork.  Grandma and Grandpa have video games for me while they hunt  Grandpa's birthday is at Thanksgiving too.  The deer and turkey will be for dessert and ice cream  will be for supper!  I'm thankful for deer this year!

That kid!  Love him to pieces!

I'm typing this as we are on our way to Minnesota.  We are going to spend the day with 58 relatives from the Hunecke side.  I'm so excited to see many people we haven't see in years.  It's going to be a crazy good time!

Happy Thanksgiving!! 

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Brody is going to be a great fisherman. He knows how to include the details that prove that it really happened. Uncle Adam and Uncle Justin couldn't have told it any better.