Friday, November 06, 2009

October Stuff in November

Here are some of the photos I never got around to posting in October.

These were taken at a local pumpkin patch. It was a beautiful day and we had lots of fun riding on the little 'pumpkin train' (incidentally the seats in said train were NOT designed for adult bottoms!) and walking through the corn maze and the spook house.(Miss A insisted we go through like, five times. One of the times as we were about to go through again a boy who looked to be about 8 came out crying. I couldn't help but wonder why it didn't bother A.) A tried out the miniature zip-line, which of course, she loved... adrenaline junkie.

Pumpkin cleaning. Mostly she just spread the "guts" on the outside of it, giving the pumpkin a "bath". A's red eye is often so nuts that I can't get rid of it.

These are pictures I took the day of A's Halloween party at preschool.

This is a picture taken at work on Halloween. It is the reason I left my camera there and didn't get any of my kids on Halloween night. Boo me. Oh well. My friend took a couple when we were at her house trick or treating. I was a 'Mod' girl, in case you were wondering. I was asked several times that day "Who's Maude?"


elizasmom said...

The nly problem, as I see it, with your costume, is that it's so dang cute you could totally get away with wearing it daily!

Also, re. your question about why the spook house didn't bother A, I think you gave the answer in the next line: ADRENALINE JUNKIE!

And my kid gets wicked red eye, too — I often wonder if it has something to do with the lightness of her eyes, which seems like maybe that's A's issue, too.

She's a lovely princess, BTW

elizasmom said...

Oh, and I clicked too fast: B is so cute. She has the best grin!

Mama D said...

I feel that I need to clarify that A was the toothfairy. Everyone thought she was a princess and she kept setting everyone straight. :)

bon said...

HA! that's great! The toothfairy!

Seriously... I coulda sworn I had commented, but I see I have been smoking crack once again.

As far as the redeye goes, our camera has this thing where it shines a light before it flashes to cut down on the redeye... only problem is that Henry, every time he sees it, he squinches his eyes up. All of my pics of him lately show him with squinty eyes!

Gahhhh! How adorable are those girls of yours!? TOO adorable, that's how much!