Halloween '09 started off the day with a pancake breakfast.
I had been wanting to try pumpkin pancakes (not pumpkin, the ingredient - but pumpkin, the color and shape.)
Well, let's just say they look a little more like peaches, than pumpkins. The way I figure it, I've got another two years to sharpen my skills before my daughter will know any differentt....I knew I'd better start to practice now.
Even though we had a busy day planned, there were some special little goblins that I wanted to have treats for. I totally swiped this idea, but they came out so cute.
We had a great big bowl of treats for our regular trick-or-treaters. After about 45 minutes with just ONE kid at our door, we bagged up our candy and walked across to our neighbor's house on our side street dumping all our sweet treats into their stash. The way our neighborhood is situated, our house tends to get skipped over and we were already whooped by the day's events, so we thought we'd pass the torch. They were happy, we were happy, and the kids were happy. Ta-da! Creative problem solving at it's best.
We also went and met our good friends at a local church who sponsored a Fall Fest that afternoon. Holy Moly! It was such a delightful surprise. Tons of stuff for kids of all ages...even the little bitties. Our godchild, Nate - the fireman came too.
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