Hold on to your pumpkins! Fall is here and we’ve officially decorated for Halloween. I used much of the same 95% thrifted decor as I did last year, but we used it differently. Isobel is so very excited to decorate that every morning when she wakes up she still asks me, “Mama, can we decorate for Halloween?!” If she had her way we’d be wearing fall garlands like feather boas and carrying decorative gourds as purses.
I purposely waited for a weekend to decorate so that we could do it as a family, and my favorite part (besides spending an hour vacuuming up festive leaves Isobel crumbled everywhere) was decorating her bedroom. She is as much in love with the skulls as she was last year and so she gathered them all up and brought them to her bedroom to have… wait for it… a tea party. With skulls. Imagine five shrunken brown heads sitting on a pink blanket having tea with Isobel and you have a typical day in house.
Now, to get some pumpkins up in here and my fallboner is complete.