After 40 minutes of the punching bag. What was I thinking? Dang it.
It's my own fault so I have no right to complain, but typing this blog hurts.
Saturday was Emily and Shane's last weekend being zipline guides up Provo Canyon so we thought we better hurry and take advantage of their offer for a free zip down the mountain. Linc was too little so he and I ran errands in Orem while James and Koby met up with Em and Shane.
They had so much fun! Linc and I showed up to see them zip down the last part. It looked awesome. There may or may not have been a daredevil going upside down too!
Well it was just a Finch kind of weekend. Sunday, Shane and Em came over and carved pumpkins with us again. It was a fun night.
Shane brought a ginormous pumpkin and we all couldn't help but crack up when he pulled the top off and realized just how thick it was and how challenging it would be to cut. Haha. He accomplished the task using the largest knife we own.
Using the smallest knife, Em did a very intricate tree. It was very cool. And thankfully I didn't have to compare it to my usual kindergarten looking pumpkin.
This year I got to carve Koby's pumpkin. He drew the face and I carefully followed all the little squiggles. Isn't it the cutest. I love that he is starting to draw actual pictures. Last week I told him to draw people for the first time and I was very impressed with his skills...
|I love his little handwriting too.|
James is last on the blog because, well it took him FOREVER to carve Linc's pumpkin. He had this 3-D idea, that he realized soon after starting, wouldn't be a quick job. Haha...He widdled away well after the rest of our pumpkins were done. It is pretty darn cool though...
Grandma Takako sent the boys some Mr. Patato Head parts for pumpkins too...So much easier than carving:)
|... They make us laugh.|
Bring on Halloween.
And I just have to add a picture of this little Mr. who is getting so big.