Monday, November 01, 2010

Happy Halloween!
Finn went as a (recycled) Tigger.
This was me as Tigger back in '06.
And I went as Wolverine! I only wish Halloween were two days because then I would have dressed as Iron Man the other day. I am all about superheroes right now. Well, and cars, of course.
I did a little yard maintenance while we waited for the sun to go down.
Dada was excited because he got to take me trick or treating this year. Finn stayed home with mama and handed out candy.
For the Noah's Ark Parade at school, I dressed up as a crocodile. We have to be animals for the parade, and mama didn't think my Wolverine costume counted...
Grandma sewed the tail from two years' ago's dragon costume onto this green sweatsuit, mama bought a snout online, and voila, I was a crocodile!
I ran around snapping at all my family members and was warned NOT to do that at school.
Here we come! Next year I might get to hold the sign!
My teacher Ms. Sylvia dressed up as a cow - ha!
Look how tiny I am compared to some of my classmates. As soon as mama and dada think I'm growing so much bigger, they see that I'm really still just a little guy. Mama was a little sad this year realizing that her baby is growing up. Last year, when I saw her, I ran out of the line and to her for a hug. This year I stayed in line the whole time, like a big boy.
Finn came out for the parade too. He was pretty easily entertained.
Carving the pumpkin and sticking the stickers!
And here is the final result! Ta-da!
Every year we go to the pumpkin patch at the church in Katy. I hate that mama made me sit still on this bench for a picture. Doesn't she know I have to go, go, go all the time?
Finn was chilling by the patch.
I wanted to take this pumpkin home, but we couldn't get it in the van. Mama wanted it too, so she could get lots of seeds. Not many seeds in the pumpkins this year, because of the drought.
Me and Finn in the patch. Look at the warty pumpkin!
2010 trip to Dewberry Farm
Here we go again...every year mama takes me to Dewberry Farm, where I race the ducks and look at the farm animals and
we all roast because it is still 100 degrees in October in Texas. Phew, this year was no exception!
Looking at the geese and ducks. Mama needs a haircut!
Riding down the slide with mama. Again, every year she says she won't do that again, and every year I sucker her into doing it again.
I love the bouncy mat - I wish we had one of these at home!
The boys on the pumpkin picking hayride. It was hot, hot, hot!