I wanted to share some “firsts” shared with Kaylee this fall season. Although, around here it sure feels like winter! Record setting lows! The following pictures are of a trip to the pumpkin patch with her cousin Max. We picked out a pumpkin that stood out in the crowd, a gourmet white. After the trip she wanted to see pumpkins all the time and when she did, she was very excited. I even bought her a novelty Halloween book Little Jack. See our short review here: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/70....
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The next pictures are of our haunted garage and my little angel, Kaylee and her cousins Max & Alyssa. There is only 6 months between them, Kaylee is very tall and Alyssa is very small. For 3 years, my family has put our thinking caps on and built our haunted garage. The neighborhood kids absolutely love it. We skipped the year when Kaylee was born. The kids were disappointed, but I think they understood. I knew this was something we would continue to do. I wanted to introduce Kaylee to it early so she wouldn’t be afraid. We took her around and showed her when we were creating it. She thought it was funny. I also introduced her to the book Goodnight Goon: A Petrifying Parody. I thought this was a great book for aiding against Kaylee being afraid of the dark or monsters. See my review here: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/31...
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message 1: by Brenda (new)

Brenda Crystal how cute is your Kaylee thank you for sharing the pictures.


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Crystal Marcos Brenda wrote: "Crystal how cute is your Kaylee thank you for sharing the pictures."

Thank you, Brenda! Glad you enjoyed them. I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. We had a great time, nice and relaxed. Kaylee loved the food her favorite was cranberries. They were tart. Kaylee loves tart things like lemons, limes, and pickles. She has her dad's taste buds.


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