Harry went elbow deep in pumpkin, in fact
Jack was just really into the lids.
In the time it took me to carve one measly face, Ben carved 3.
Harry was Buddy the freaking Elf-- he was THAT excited about carving pumpkins.
Jack, again, was a little more reserved.
I couldn't resist
Seriously, he's a fast carver.
Our little pumpkin family
I was chatting with the boys before bed last night, and I asked them what they wanted to be when they grew up. Harry is holding firm with stay-at-home-dad, and Jack wants to be a police officer, or as he says, "a please." I asked him why he wants to be a police officer, and he said, "I punch da bad guys. Put Harry jail." Okay then, little buddy.
In other random news, today was Jack's first day of school sans Pooh Bear, and it went really well. Harry has his first boy-band infatuation-- he just can't get enough of Big Time Rush on his iPod, which he insists on playing every time we get in the car. Except for this morning on the way to school when I couldn't take it anymore and played the Beatles instead. Harry walked into the building tonelessly bleating "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds," making everyone we passed giggle. Seriously, he was better than a cup of coffee this morning.