After carefully pouring though his loot last night, the PCP selected five (FIVE!) pieces of candy to keep and left the rest out for the Switch Witch.
After a month long count down, the big day didn’t disappoint. Here’s how we spent our Halloween… We overslept and somehow and quite miraculously went from bed to bus in TEN minutes. A record by any measure. Needless to say, the Halloween pancakes didn’t happen. And nobody missed them :-) Armed with Hallo-wiener and Trick… Read More
Tomorrow’s the big day and we spent the final leg of our count down having all sorts of fun! October 23: Spooky Sunday Supper I shared all the frightening details earlier in the week… October 24: Lunchable Lunch Is it just my littles or do all children clamor for things like Lunchables? The PCP was beyond… Read More
While at the post office last week, I saw a lady mailing a ball… literally …a smallish soft bouncy ball with the address and stamps placed right on the ball. After striking up a conversation with said lady (who surely wanted to just get away from me, my scrawling baby and his screeching firetruck) I… Read More
Teeming with bats and spiders and goblin goo, last week’s Sunday Supper was the spookiest ever! The littles helped set the table with black and white Spode transferware and Pottery Barn dessert plates. The monstrous menu included spider bread, bat pasta with goblin goo and creepy crawly hot chocolate… The PCP and I used one… Read More
Is it bad to say that I’m glad Halloween has almost come and gone? It’s runner up for favorite holiday in my book but sheesh – I’m realizing I don’t like it enough to celebrate for a whole month :-) Let’s move on to Christams. Stat. Alas, I can’t fast forward the hands of time… Read More
The baby had his Halloween fete at school yesterday and, over the course of a few Mickey Mouse Clubhouse episodes and one gazillion trips to the potty, we whipped up these cute little bags of Pumpkin Teeth for the occasion. As was expected, the candy went over all too well with the sugar crazed two… Read More