Thanksgiving Eve

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For a few years now we’ve had the tradition of watching “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” on Thanksgiving Eve and eating the dinner he serves his friends; toast, popcorn, pretzels, jelly beans, and a parfait that magically appears just before Linus says grace.  I think my kids are more excited for this meal then they are for the actual Thanksgiving Day dinner. I love this tradition because it means, after spending all day cooking, I don’t have to prepare dinner too.

What are your favorite Thanksgiving traditions?

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