Monday, September 24, 2018

Fall Bucket List 2018

//Trip to the pumpkin patch//
What's fall without a trip to the pumpkin patch?

//Give apple picking another try//
We did this two years ago and didn't have much fun. It was hot, there were lots of bees swarming near the fallen apples, and it was a long walk to where we actually picked the apples. The orchard has a new owner this year and I've heard good things so I want to give it another try.

//Make homemade apple sauce//
Using our fresh hand-picked apples. Now I just need to narrow down which recipe I want to use. 

//Participate in Homecoming activities//
Homecoming is pretty big in our town. Besides the actual game there are House Decks, the parade, and lots of tailgating. 

//Attend Crush Fest//
During last year's festival it was so hot and there were SO many bees that we didn't even get to stomp the grapes. Hopefully this year will redeem itself. 

//Kids cook dinner//
This was on our Summer Bucket List but we didn't get around to doing it. 

//Purchase a few new fall pieces and complete 30 Outfits in 30 Days//
I started this one this Summer and even took pictures but never finished the challenge. Fall seems like the perfect time to try this one again.

//Decorate our house with some new fall DIY's//
My Pinterest board is exploding with tons of ideas and I want to do them all.

//Visit as many festivals as possible//
Cool weather, fall outfits, and festival food equals perfection.

//Trick or Treat//
I'm sure the kids will change their minds about what they want to be 14 times between now and Halloween. 

//Carve pumpkins//
I'm going to try to talk the boys into doing a common theme amongst all our pumpkins. Avengers? Hocus Pocus? The possibilities are endless.

//Find our way through a corn maze//
I'm not super fond of corn mazes but the kids love them.

//Take family photos//
I say this every fall but I've officially got them scheduled with our photographer. 

//Go on a fall scavenger hunt with the boys//
Different colored leaves, sticks, and anything else they might find in nature.

//Watch Hocus Pocus//
No explanation needed. 

//Create a thankful wreath//
We have a lot to be thankful for this year and I want to make sure we're taking the time to reflect on that.

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