Sunday, November 01, 2009

{Pumpkin Carving}

The birthday festivities always throw me for a loop on Halloween week...but we managed to fit in the school party and pumpkin carving on October 30th. ...Turns out waiting that long to carve your pumpkins is a good thing because they looked fantastic on Halloween night!
Just couldn't resist Ry with his pumpkin...he was so fascinated with it and really wanted to be up at the table working on his pumpkins with his brother and sister.


Camille and Bryce 8:50 AM  

Those are some good lookin' pumpkins! We waited until Friday night to do ours too and they look fabulous outside! I think I'll leave them out there for awhile!

Carmen Goetschius 9:53 AM  

They turned out great!

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