November 2, 2009

Halloween Weekend

This Halloween weekend was a busy one!

It started out with pumpkin carving at the Pernecky's on Friday night. I was feeling festive, so I made a finger-food version of caramel apples to have to snack on. The apple slices weren't the easiest to cover in caramel, but they still tasted great!

I used a pumpkin carving kit for the first time, and stenciled out my pumpkin design. As a kid, we'd always just hack into our pumpkins with random kitchen knifes, so this was a fun change.

Look at how excited we were!


Here are all our pumpkins! (From left to right) Josh did the first two, mine is next, then Ally's, Matt & Kelly's, and then Mike's.

Saturday, we spent the whole day at Ikea, but that story will have to be explained in an entirely different post! :) On Halloween evening, Josh and I set up a table and chairs, candy, drinks, music and pumpkins on our driveway. We sat outside all evening passing out candy and visiting with neighbors. It was a fun tradition to start in our new neighborhood.


Everyone had a great time, including my little trick-or-treaters, Seven and Romie!

Seven was a Cowgirl

Romie was a Pumpkin (with attitude)


Happy Halloween Everyone!
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12 comments:

  1. That Romie and her attitude problem! :) Very cute!

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  2. I like how excited you guys are. :) The pumpkins look great! I love all the different designs you can do.

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  3. Those pumpkins are amazing, and I love the doggie costume!!! You guys were prepared for Halloween- love it! :-)

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  4. Good stuff Lauren! Love the punkins!

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  5. oh those apples look delish!!!

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  6. Um... those apples are making me hungry, lol.

    Great job on the pumpkins!!!

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  7. You look great! And I love the pumpkins!

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  8. I love Romie & Seven's costumes! How cute! And those carmel apples look delicious! I'm glad you had a good time at the Pernos carving pumpkins! They all turned out great!

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  9. Thanks again for making those yummy caramel apple bites! I love the little set up you guys had on your driveway for Halloween; so cute. And Romie & Seven looked adorable!!

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