It is looking spooky around here!
(directions for making this easy Boo banner here)
My boys were so exited to see these little touches when they got home from school on October 1st.
It's true, I wasted NO time getting it all out:)
Really I am just a big kid, I'm afraid. That little skeleton was one of our first Halloween decorations. Brad bought it for me as a surprise and I was so excited! I remember thinking it was so nice. Every year when I get it out again--I am always surprised by how small it is. I remember thinking it was so grand! Sometimes it really is the small and simple things that mean the most:)
We of course kicked of the month with our annual little family movie night (The Headless Horseman--remember that old cartoon movie with Icabob Crane--it is a classic!) I love doing this with my boys We have so much fun laughing at the silly school teacher, who is ALWAYS eating--LOL!
This year I added a Halloween trail mix to our usual Donuts.
I did get gluten free donuts for my Celiac boys, but they aren't that good--thus the other treats:)
In other news...
Guess who got a Rainbow Loom this last week...
He is a bracelet making machine now. Bridger is so proud of his work. He is very generous with his creations too--we are all sporting bright new bracelets now!
Yesterday he presented me with an Orange and Black one. I am such a lucky girl!
Well, I am off to clean out my garage.
I know it is called Spring Cleaning, but for some strange reason I do it in the Fall.
I have been on a rampage cleaning our closets, under beads, and now the garage!
It feels so good to get organized!
Happy happy October!