The trails were absolutely beautiful. The was an old railroad shed.
trails + mud = happy kids!
Throughout the month, we spent most weekends at friends houses watching our Vols play! One night Lydia wanted to dress just like daddy!
Then Halloween week came, I'm not a big fan of Halloween but I do enjoy some of the traditions of Halloween; my favorite being pumpkin carving. Layton thought it was so cool that we could cut them and pull their guts out!
And thanks to Pawpaw this year, we had "yard art"!
I always tell my girls to pick something out to dress up in from home or come up with something we can make. (With the exception of last year, Pawpaw instisted he buy them a costume!) Layton decided to be an India girl and Lydia decided to be a Diva! We actually decided to go "old fashioned" trick-or-treating. The girls thought it was fun to walk around a neighborhood and knock on people's doors for candy.
I have no idea why I'm not able to get a picture without one of them throwing a peace sign up. But I thought it was somewhat appropriate that the India offered peace...
Again, after trying 3 separate times, I gave up.
I might miss the "peace sign" days!