The girls got a chance to wear their Halloween costumes early at yoga last week. They dressed up as Curious George and The Man With The Yellow Hat.
R and I also got into the Halloween spirit with a quick one night getaway to Salem, MA. We took a haunted lantern tour of the town, spent the night in nearby Beverly, MA and then spent the next morning exploring Salem. It was great to getaway and nice to get into the Halloween spirit. Salem is definitely a place we’d visit again when the kids are a little bit older.
I feel like S is about to have an explosion of language. All of sudden she’s starting to finally put words together – “more milk please.” She pretty much sings Twinkle Twinkle and ABCs.
Feels like it’s been a little while since I linked to my CTWM blog links. Here’s what I’ve been up to over there:
Well, not exactly, but it was a jewish holiday. So, R brought M to my office to have lunch. I gave her the tour – introduced her to our mascot (or at least unzipped the bag where they keep the costume), took her up to the 22nd floor, through the tunnel and to the cafeteria. I showed her my desk, complete with her artwork.
October is here – wahoo! This past weekend we went to a local downtown to see some fun scarecrows. We’ve got the girls Halloween costumes planned, but not completed. We’re ready for cool weather to come back so we can really get into fall. Happy Fall!
These girls are just playing together so well lately. I love watching their relationship continue to develop. I think this sisterly love might work out after all.
These girls would jump on the couch all day if we let them. We don’t. So instead we move the cushions to the floor and let them go nuts.