I love having little kids because never in my entire life have holidays been so fun.
I mean, Halloween was a WEEK-- or at least a really long weekend-- and ended with the most awesome display of candy I have ever seen. The Lego table that is in our living room (which? WHY IS IT IN OUR LIVING ROOM?) is sagging in the middle there is so much candy. And I LOVE candy, so this whole thing makes me giddy. (Except for the fact that the Lego table is in the living room to begin with. I actually saw a picture that a friend took of her kid in my living room on Halloween, and it made me realize there is a scale problem with basically all of the living room furniture, so it's way to overwhelming to fix. I'll probably just leave the Lego table for the grandchildren to play with someday.)
On Friday morning I got to go to Jack's class to do pumpkin math, which was predictably fun and adorable and kind of messy. I did it when Harry was in second grade, so I knew the drill. Also, I cannot BELIEVE that I thought to take pictures of neglected jack's class, but I didn't blog any of Harry-- crazy.
The best thing about this picture is that jack probably didn't even know the answer-- he raises is hand for EVERY QUESTION EVERY TIME. Ha!
back in the day.
ew years ago. Reduce, reuse, recycle, and all that.
"Lunch Lady Land," and Ben was JFK from "We Didn't Start the Fire"
Which was when our little clown started screaming, BUT WE JUST GOT HERE and had to be removed from the premises like a sack of potatoes. A sign of an excellent Halloween