Carving our Pumpkin

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To be honest, I enjoy going to pick out our pumpkin each year more than I enjoy the carving of it. I think we all actually feel that way. Poor Zach ends up doing the entire thing himself every year b/c the kids just are NOT into it. See why we only carve ONE pumpkin??? Plus, it’s SO warm down here that they rot MEGA fast. We have to wait to carve it a couple days prior to Halloween just so it won’t rot prior to trick or treating. Kinda takes the fun out of it when you can only enjoy it for a couple days, ya know? 

 Airplane watching! The perk of living near an air force base ๐Ÿ˜‰

 Love how long her hair is!!!

 Kye is great at observing haha

 Finished product!

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Hey Guys, I’m Emily! I’m a stay at home mom and consider parenting to be my passion. Disney is my happy place and I love making memories as a family together. I’m a big believer in transparency and share all of my real-life moments as a mother of four.

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2 Comments

  1. Jessica Lovett
    December 9, 2013 / 3:31 am

    I saw something on fb about how to keep a pumpkin from rotting. It's probably on pinterest too. I remember it required putting the carved pumpkin in a bucket of something lol. Google it! Maybe you can make your pumpkin last a little longer!

  2. Rebecca
    December 12, 2013 / 2:08 pm

    Hi Emily! You have really beautiful family. And the photos are just adorable. I really love Halloween for this very same reason: just watching the happy faces of the kids and enjoying their happiness. Pure joy! Happy Holidays to you all! :)Rebecca

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Carving Our Pumpkin

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Last year we carved our pumpkin WAY too early and that junk was beyond molded and covered in all kinds of gross bugs before Halloween even arrived. So this year we waited until Oct 30th to carve it! Haha! We weren’t taking any chances. We got home from church and changed clothes then headed in the backyard to do the carving. I thought Kye would be very into helping…but he was more interested in running around the yard.

helping gut the pumpkin

I told Zach I didn’t care what the pumpkin really looked like…I just wanted it to be HAPPY!

enjoying the pretty day outside

finished product

with our pumpkin!

Nothing fancy, but it was cute. Maybe next year Kye will be more excited about it and we’ll make a little bigger event out of the whole thing ๐Ÿ˜‰

journeyofphood

Hey Guys, I’m Emily! I’m a stay at home mom and consider parenting to be my passion. Disney is my happy place and I love making memories as a family together. I’m a big believer in transparency and share all of my real-life moments as a mother of four.

My work has been featured on Today Parenting and Chronicles of a Babywise Mom. I’m also honored to be a member of the Babywise Friendly Blog Network.

You can read more about our family on my About Me page. Also be sure to follow along with me on Instagram, Facebookย and Pinterest!

Find me on: Web | Twitter | Facebook

2 Comments

  1. Mom
    November 20, 2011 / 11:36 pm

    I think your pumpkin is so cute and very happy!

  2. emilysparker
    November 21, 2011 / 1:52 am

    @4188424a254b11dff9ec3b633e22d34d YAY! comments are working ๐Ÿ™‚ loved seeing all of them ๐Ÿ™‚

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