Monday, October 20, 2014

weekend recap.





A very melancholy thought entered my mind last week. The thought of winter, the thought that in a few short weeks it could be very cold here. With that said we are spending every moment we can outside. Outside in the beautiful, crisp, fall landscape.

Here is a little weekend recap. 

park days and costume arrivals // pancakes and lazy mornings // a ninja and princesses //// dressing up and trick or treating // pumpkin bread //  being thankful for the  candy we received but agreeing that only handing out tootsie rolls was a little lame // nature trails and blissful we didn't see a snake this time around // pizza bread // homemade caramel // late night pinning and bottle  feedings // an awesome sermon for parents //  a birthday party and car ride talks // pumpkin bread and sunday night cereal (every sunday night)  // "i'mmmmmm tierrrrrrrd" and "awwwwwwww brookie" // baths and clean baby smells //  snuggling and simple moments //

What did you do this weekend?

5 comments:

Katie said...

i feel the same way! I am dreading the cold weather and want to be outside as much as possible!

Susan Liberatore said...

So cute!
Can I get some pumpkin bread? Think it will keep to Canada? xo

Amy @Set Free said...

LOVE the pics! Your kids are beauties! I couldn't imagine cold winters...that's the time of year I'm most especially thankful to live in San Diego!

Britt and Hive said...

Sounds like a great weekend.
The weather where I am is already totally toast. and by that I mean miserable rain 24/7.

Its a lovely change now, but I'm sure I'll be done with it in a month. Enjoy your last weekends for me!

Marlen said...

haha getting tootsie rolls as a kid was always a *huge* disappointment for me- that and smarties! they're good to munch on for a hot minute, and after that they get real old real fast. snickers and twix is where it's at :) and i totally agree about that chilly weather! i'm dreading winter and want to soak up the crisp air as long as i possibly can.

xo marlen
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