So I finally thought of a solution to my "poor-me-I-am-so-behind-in-my-blogging-I-just-can't-sleep-at-night-problem." The solution . . . quit whining and start blogging.
So here goes . . .
Halloween 2010 began with the annual pumpkin carving contest.
My spooky pirate skull thing was definitely a contender as well but the top prize ended up going to the four year-old. I mean, seriously, who has ever heard of a four year-old carving her own pumpkin? She must be destined for greatness (or at least we think so.) And I'm destined to lose this pumpkin carving contest so long as she is all cute and little and such.
And since I was unable to come up with any new, creative Halloween snacks this year we recycled the Frankensnack idea from last year. This, by the way, is how meaningful traditions are born.
So now our meaningful, Halloween traditions include these green headed pudding cup things. Then we made mummy dogs . . .
Caution: Megan's scary mummy dog face ahead.
If you frighten easily, stop reading now!No Halloween is complete without the annual door-to-door quest for candy.
This year, Megan said she wanted to be a bowl of spaghetti, no a cupcake, no a princess. no a cupcake, no a bowl of spaghetti, no a cupcake. She also has my gene for decisiveness I guess. ha!She finally settled on the cupcake and I was excited. I figured, how hard can it be to make a cupcake costume?
Then I spent 48729037532 hours making, remaking, and fixing this costume, I decided next year's costume is coming from Walmart. (yeah, right)
Megan said, "I look so good I want to take a bite out of myself." ha!
Remember folks, he just turned ONE!
He looks like he's ready for kindergarten.