Life has been busy...didn't get our pumpkins carved until last night.
I think it was the first year ever that Coley didn't pitch a fit about having to stick his hands inside the pumpkin.
Annie didn't want any part of sticking her hands inside a pumpkin though so she just hung out, danced and wrote all over her pumpkin with a Sharpie pen.
Courtney Lee however, has no issues with pumpkin guts (my kind of girl).
In fact, that might actually be pumpkin guts on the side of her face.
Ross (who is getting a haircut today) and his friend Taylor.
And then we created great melon baller memories by balling Granny Smith apples for this little recipe that my friend Tanya emailed me.
And that's Sharpie pen marks all over Annie's hand and arm.
Courtney Lee making melon baller memories.
Coley & Annie making joint melon baller memories.
Melon ballers also make great microphones.
And can be used to play 'spin the melon baller' (and Courtney Lee professes her love to whoever it lands on).
And then we stuck our Granny Smith Apple balls on lollipop sticks and dipped them in either white or dark chocolate and then rolled them in either coconut, mixed nuts or sprinkles.
Annie liked the sprinkles the best (she got in trouble for sticking her whole face in the sprinkles bowl).
I think it will be a new Halloween tradition.
Courtney Lee's is the one in front (with the words to the song 'The B.I.B.L.E.' attached to it). Coley's is the one behind it with the bat. One guess who the "Go Beavs" pumpkin belongs to. Mine is the one in the back with the happy face. And Annie's is hiding somewhere in the shadows with Sharpie pen marks all over it.
And then after the kids went to bed, I went to the store to get more Grannie Smith apples so Josh and I could dip them in dark chocolate and coconut (my favorite mix) while we watched T.V.