Fall fun is in full swing around my house. Yesterday I carved a couple "leg" holes out of the back Jason's Jack-o-Lantern and took these fun shots of my sweet baby girl.
Here is what his Jack-o-Lantern looked like AFTER I was done, ahem, altering it. See, you can hardly see the line in the back where I plugged the pumpkin back up. You might even have to click on the photo to make it larger:)
Remember way back...her very first photo from the womb where it looked just like she was waving?
Well, she must have been because she has been waving ever since;)
Of course, the shoot didn't start out so sweet. When I first put her in the pumpkin she looked like this:
Guess I can't blame her. Cold, wet, slimy pumpkin...
As I try to do every year, I made all the Halloween costumes. Used yards and yards and yards of felt. The kids decided to be Angry Birds. The baby had to be our traditional pumpkin (the little pumpkin costume was the first costume I ever made, way back for Nikolas' first Halloween) and we decided she would look enough like the orange Angry Bird that she'd fit in. Actually I copied my design for the pumpkin costume for all the Angry Birds except the yellow bird. I got in a rhythm and cranked them all out in a day...or so.
Jason even wanted to play along!
Hope y'all had a fun day too!