Looking back at this list, I'm so glad that I did this with my little nugget. We had so much fun this month! Instead worrying about the laundry or running errands, we put everything else on hold and enjoyed time together as a family. Sometimes, I tend to get lost in everything we have to do and forget that this time with Anabelle as she approaches two years won't last forever. And let's face it, those three piles of laundry will wait for you. Forever.
We made it to another festival, played it as smart kids and wore our summer clothes and hats. Even though Anabelle was exhausted before we even made it there, we still enjoyed seeing the famous Olate Dogs, petting Huskies and grubbing on food truck grilled cheese. Hearing her squeal in excitement to go to another festival didn't hurt either.
I wanted to make pumpkin pizzas, but I couldn't figure out how to make the face, so we made spider pizzas instead. Anaballe "helped" by eating the cheese and pizza sauce straight off the dough as I made a sad attempt at creating a spider web.
Even though our pizza was riddled with toddler hands, it tasted incredible. I swear those are spiders.
I totally failed at the zoo boo, since I was flying solo one weekend. I attempted to brave the zoo alone, until Anabelle had a total meltdown one hour upon waking. So I panicked, and we ended up going to the playground. There were lots of other kids there, so it was almost zoo-like.
Herbed butter will be made in November. That sounds like a good side dish for Thanksgiving, right? I think so. Bring on the leggings.
Happy Halloween everyone! Calories don't count today. Get it.