I can’t believe how quickly fall is flying by this year; it seems like we just packed up our bathing suits and sprinklers but here we are – November! Our September and October have been the best kind of busy as we start diving into some of our favorite seasonal and holiday traditions. The weather has been absolutely perfect and we’ve been trying to enjoy as many outdoor adventures as we can before it turns bitter cold.
One day I hope to be better about blogging
Here’s a little catch-up of what we’ve been up to; you can always follow along with our daily adventures on Instagram!
Harper has been thriving in her new Pre-K class. She was asked to be the very first Star of The Week, meaning she could bring in her favorite toy and a special guest (me!) to read her favorite book to the class as well as decorate a special poster to hang outside her classroom. It’s mind-blowing and so reassuring that only a year ago, we were in somewhat of
In fact, while we were waiting for the class to clean up before I read her book, the teacher jokingly asked if Harper ever runs out of things to talk about (because she has become a regular
Another favorite tradition is visiting the apple
Before we knew it, it was pumpkin season! We enjoyed visiting the garden center and pumpkin patch to pick out the perfect pumpkins (plus a few extras 😉 ) And, hey, we actually made it out of the corn maze this year – woohoo!
One of my favorite parts of fall is starting to bring the holidays into our home. The transition to fall decor always has me layering lots of rugs, blankets, and, of course, pumpkins 😉 to create a bright and cozy living space.
Oh, and do you see those pretty little (big!) pumpkins to the left? Those totally surprised us by growing in our garden this year-
Here’s to the continuation of autumn fun as the weather chills, the beautiful leaves begin to fall, and we start preparing for Thanksgiving! Cheers, friends (while I raise my big mug of PSL, of course