National Pumpkin Day

To celebrate national pumpkin day here are a few of my favorite pumpkin crafts I did the past couple years. And a throwback to last years cutest pumpkin, if only he was still that small and I could stick him in a pumpkin again this year :).


Choose Love 




I’ve been having lots of discussions with my oldest lately about the importance of giving back and helping those in need. No matter who they are or where in the world they are, I remind him everyone is just as important as the next.  A few weeks ago my Instagram was flooded with the refugee crisis. My heart shattedered and tears fell from my eyes seeing image after image of children covered in soot and blood. I felt so helpless for these innocent human beings. The world is a sad and scary place. I want my children to grow up knowing the importance of helping all living beings in this world, wheather humans, animals or our planet. All are just as important as the next. That week on Instagram I came across the non-profit organization Help Refugees and together Greyson and I decided to give what we could to help…”Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” – Dr. Seuss.
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I’m obsessed with these pants from Zara!



Over night A discovered all the possibilities toys can do, and just like that his imagination came to life and it hasn’t stopped working since. I love every minute of it. The sound effects and discovering how observant he really is to the simplist of details. What started out as some quiet time while I got A’s bed ready for a nap quickly escalated into a jumping party when G joined in. It’s so rare these days to get him to want to be in front of the camera. He’s so fast and as soon as I hold up my camera he makes this grumpy face and tells me How I can’t take his picture or he just runs. I think I got atleast one almost in focus photo of him here?

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Greyson:     Socks     Pants (similar)      Shirt 

Austin:     Pants     Shirt