|Find a flower basket to spruce up your front door |
(preferable one which has a bow missing, then ask for a discount which ends up saving you a dollar. Score!)
|Add a bow you found at home and feel fall crafty!|
|Take your toddler to indoor activities such as this free KinderMusik class offered at the local library where we sang Halloween songs.|
Attend ANOTHER fall festival, this time where they let kids dress up and trick or treat for candy. Bonus: Have your family pose with pumpkins, ignore the sweat dripping off your forehead this is fall fun at it's finest!
|Download a free photo editing app (I mentioned here) to add a cutesy fall garland to your pictures.|
The one day all month when it suddenly gets chilly (meaning 65 degrees and windy) quickly pull out your sweater and take a trip to the park! Warning: This could result in your child subsequently falling sick for the next 3-5 days thus keeping you up all night, but that 30 minutes of feeling autumn weather might just be worth it.
Dress up your 2.5 year old as his current superheros obsession for Halloween (ignoring how this costume is way to warm for the heat outside), prep him for the role by watching a few (million) Batman cartoons.
|End the night eating your son's trick or treating candy while forcing your husband to watch your favorite childhood Halloween movie.|
More Autumn moments to come soon, til then hope your Pumpkin Spice/Salted Caramel/Peppermint Mocha latte is extra sweet!