Our trick-or-treating was obviously a night early, so to all of you who are trick-or-treating on actual Halloween, have a safe, fun, and not too scary night!
October 31, 2010
October 30, 2010
The large "jungle" was built for adults to be able to accompany their kids through. This is awesome because only B was really old enough to go through by himself, but ALL of the kids wanted to try the giant maze of tunnels, rope ladders, bridges, slides, zipline, etc.!!
E with her Daddy.
For the most part, the big jungle was a little old for the twins. Although Ryan had mastered the rope ladders by his 3rd time through, neither twin liked them because their feet slipped through. They needed help to navigate the majority of the maze, and Allie had a meltdown her 2nd time through and wanted out immediately...while we were at the top...with no way down but going through some tunnels, across some rope, and down a slide...none of which she wanted to do!
Mommy following Allie.
October 29, 2010
I thought it would be a good idea to use homemade fingerpaint for the pumpkins (because the twins inevitably taste the paint), but it turns out that the flour based fingerpaint, while gorgeous on paper, fades dramatically on a pumpkin and also refuses to stick. So we have drab, flaking pumpkins. Which is ok, because then I'll get another art session out of the pumpkins when we try again with the other paint!
October 23, 2010
The best pictures I could get of them together...not sure why they both have 1 leg up...