Homeschooling:
"You're BRAVER than you believe,
STRONGER than you seem,
and SMARTER than you think."
-A.A Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh

Friday, November 4, 2011

Halloween Memories

Last Halloween past pretty quick. For the first time in my life I curved pumpkin!! Hurray! It was fun..at least for me ;-) because Eaton seemed not to be interested in any work regarding curving pumpkin. Anyway, we did some curving outside to mess on the ground, not on the floor in the house.


Eaton did poke a pumpkin! 


He tried to curve  a pumpkin but it was too difficult.


He tried one more time..


And he gave up!


 But he found some crayon and he started to draw on pumpkin face.


This is his art.



 He looked a little bit inside, he exclaimed: "It stinks!".


Nathan started to chew on crayon






Final look


After curving we went to our favorite (the only store near by!) ice cream store. Blueberry tasted so good that day :)



I also created some Halloween City for Eaton. It supposed to have more buildings and trees but when I saw Nathaniel doing Godzilla work I decided not to waste my time. I draw some tracks on chalk board. Eaton had enough fun with that simple version.







In the evening, we went to Kids Halloween Party at the park. Hundreds kids were in costumes. Eaton didn't want to have a costume. He didn't want to participate in any of these things that were available. But they were more suitable for older kids anyway. We just had a ride around and went to town for a dinner. 


Maybe next year Eaton will enjoy more of Halloween Party :)

5 comments:

K said...

at least Daddy seems to enjoy the Party:)

Marta said...

yeah, we did enjoy, but look at our kids faces! They didn't know what to think about all these kids in costumes ;-)
funny..

Olives and Pickles said...

Your kids are growing so fast.they are beautiful.
patty

Pani Tanguera i Gabiƛ said...

Marta, I love your Halloween City, it must have lots of fun for Eaton! :-)
Greeting from far north,
Moni

Marta said...

Thank you Patty and Moni,
Eaton had so much fun with chalks I gave him the next day. He created one big "chalk art"! Fantastic!

Marta