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Better late than never

Posted by Kristen on November 5, 2008 at 7:18 AM in Kristen
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pumpkin.jpgWe are always running a little behind around here. Okay, so last year we made a gingerbread house in the middle of January. The important thing is WE MADE A GINGERBREAD HOUSE!!

So last night we carved pumpkins. What can I say? As long as they keep showing all the Halloween episodes on Word World and Super Why, I can blame PBS. When Dad came home from his very long day, he suggested a little wielding of knives and such. I thought this was a great idea since it had been DAYS since we had been to the emergency room for stitches.

Our pumpkin had ears. Every day that I think that my child is like me, I realize he is so much like his father. When exactly was the last time you saw a carved pumpkin with what appear to be a bear's ears? He's cute, but he has ears. The kids are delirious and now we have a lit pumpkin in the middle of our living room.

Better late than never, right?

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patience writes...

Only your kids would even think of adding ears, I love it!

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