The monkeys went to the pumpkin patch last week. I am such a good mom, I forgot the camera, so I don't have any pictures. But we did carve the pumpkins that they got. You notice I said "we". Well they told me what they wanted carved andI was supposed to carve it. Just in case you can't tell what each one is, one is a dog, one is a cat and one is a jack-o-lantern. I think Abbie for some reason, picked the smallest one she could find. I almost did not have enough room to get a mouth on hers!
This is Levi's dog. If you are wondering what the big cut outs on the sides are, well those a floppy ears. Well Levi told me that was what they were!
Here is Andy's cat. Notice the whiskers, It also has ears, pointy ones!
This is Abbie's jack-o-lantern. Just for size, notice it is not as tall as the step up going up on the porch. Another inch or two to work with would have been nice.
The boys started cutting up wanting their picture made. They can be so sweet, to be so mean!
Then Abbie got in to the picture.
Then I had to get one of them sitting with all the pumpkins.
We also tried on the costumes. Good thing we did. I have got to take up the boys. There about 5 or 6 inches to long! Arms and legs! So I have got to take them up. Levi told me that when I did this I have to leave Bumble Bee's feet. So somewhere on the legs of these things I have to get rid of a lot of material!
This was on Face Book last week. I had to put it on here! This is how I feel some (most) of the time.
A friend of mine did this and sent me the link. I hope this works!
Sufficient unto the day is one baby. As long as you are in your right mind don't you ever pray for twins. Twins amount to a permanent riot; and there ain't any real difference between triplets and a insurrection. - Mark Twain