Mom-of-two Eva Amurri Martino and husband, NBC Sports broadcaster Kyle Martino, are gearing up for a fun and festive Thanksgiving. The Mothers and Daughters star, 32, shared a family photo with their two kids – daughter Marlowe, 3, and 1-year-old son Major –– via Instagram
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“Say Turkey!” 😜🦃❤️ A BIG blog post is up today on HappilyEvaAfter.com featuring a look at my #Thanksgiving table, our family Turkey Day style, and our plans for the day- as well as my tips for YOUR best thanksgiving table! Let me know what you think! #HappilyEvaAfter #HEAatHome #MaisonMartino #Holiday #mywilliamssonoma #Family (📷: @courtneyannphotography_ )
“ “Say Turkey!” A BIG blog post is up today on HappilyEvaAfter.com featuring a look at my table, our family Turkey Day style, and our plans for the day- as well as my tips for YOUR best Thanksgiving table! Let me know what you think,” she captioned the family photo.
The Californication actress shared further details on her blog, Happily Eva After.
As it turns out, the Undateable star and her family will celebrate Thanksgiving with her famous mother, Stepmom actress Susan Sarandon.
While Eva is hosting Thanksgiving at their Connecticut home, Susan will bring her favorite pies from New York City.
“This Thanksgiving is our first one hosting at our new Connecticut home,” writes Eva. “We have some fun things planned. Our friends and fam are showing up around 2 pm and we have a fun cocktail hour where we shake up some yummy drinks (I’m partial to a pre-Thanksgiving dinner dirty martini!) and enjoy some appetizers. We always have a legit cheese selection– and a couple of hot apps as well! Our family friend makes the MOST delicious breaded shrimp appetizer with four dipping sauces. I’m going to make as well! Then we normally sit down to eat around 4 pm. We are doing two turkeys this year– one in the oven, and one on the grill! Then we have a few different stuffings, green beans, roasted veggies, and mashed potatoes. And Cranberry sauce, which is my personal fave– I put it on everything! Then, we enjoy a bunch of pies for dessert that my Mom brings from NYC. We almost always forget to buy vanilla ice cream until the eleventh hour and somebody has to run out and get it. LOL. Would it really be Thanksgiving without a last minute grocery store emergency?! Ha!”
As for their family traditions, everyone is sure to count their blessings while digging into their delicious meal.
“During dinner, we go around the table and talk about what we’re thankful for this year,” Eva writes.
“This year is especially moving for me since happened the day after Thanksgiving last year. Getting closer to the “anniversary” of what we all went through is really emotional for me, and leaves me feeling really . It’s so incredible that I can sit at my own table this year with my healthy, thriving son and finally shut the door to that entire chapter of our lives. I am very thankful for that.”
For more details of Eva’s Thanksgiving table inspiration and festive ideas, go to Happily Eva After.