Halloween weekend was a couple weeks ago, but I feel like I am still recovering! Friday night we went to the Fall Festival at church. Big Bro was Thor, Lil' Bro was a lion/Captain America and Baby Bro was Superman.
Saturday we ventured out to Marble Falls to visit Sweetberry Farm. GranBo joined us, and we wore him out walking all around! We rode the hayride, took pictures with lots of pumpkins, got some little boy faces painted, jumped on the Berry Bounce and rode a horse. We might have fed some goats, but one sneezed right next to Lil' Bro and scared him right away from that area!
Sunday morning we went to church. It was Reformation Sunday, and there was an Oktoberfest lunch celebration we hung out for. Then we came home to carve some pumpkins. The boys spent some time drawing some designs while Mommy and Daddy cleaned out the pumpkins. We carved some leg holes out of one pumpkin for Baby Bro. After some manuvering, we got him into the pumpkin for some cute pictures. Daddy and Big Bro finished carving the next day just in time to put them outside for trick-or-treaters.
Sunday afternoon, our HOA organized a Halloween carnival at the pool. Lil' Bro was lion/Spiderman.
On Monday, Big Bro got to wear pajamas to school. After school and work, the Wilson's came over for dinner and trick-or-treating. The babies were adorable and had a blast!
Nicholas was VERY excited to attend the Formula 1 race in Austin this year. My cousin had an extra ticket, and Nicholas has been dying to see the track. Uncle Steve was already coming to town to go to the race, so Nicholas got to spend most of the weekend hanging out with him.
They went for part of the day on Saturday and decided to forgo the Taylor Swift concert on Saturday night.
They spent the whole day at the track on Sunday and stayed for the Usher and The Roots concert. It was apparently awesome!
Mommy and the boys missed Daddy but are happy he got some time away!
I like to take pictures. I like to read. I like to write. I like to make people laugh, and I aspire to leave my mark by fully documenting my life through scrapbooks, photo albums, journals, emails, and now this blog.