Monday, October 17, 2011

linc o'lantern


I said I had big plans for that pumpkin!  I based our idea on a picture from Pinterest (found here), and I have to say, it turned out better than planned.  Lincoln was a good sport and sat in the pumpkin happily once we let him look and touch the slippery inside.  After we were done with "Linc o'lantern," Tyce carved the pumpkin into an upside-down jack o'lantern and put it on the balcony.





Halloween is way more fun when you have a baby to put in your pumpkin!

12 comments:

  1. that's so creative to turn the leg holes into the upside down face ! :]

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  2. I totally agree with you about it being more fun now with a baby. I love it when people actually do what inspires them from pinterest. Great job!!!

    -Sarah
    http://agirlintransit.blogspot.com/

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  3. Oh my gosh that is hilarious/adorable! I love that! I think it'll be so much fun to dress up my future little babies :)

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  4. And you said in a comment that we met in Provo before!!! And I am trying to figure out when/where that was!!! Can you remind me? Lol.

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  5. AND...not at the blog party :) Before...!

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  6. Love his little leggies sticking out :)

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  7. LOL that is so cute! I can't believe he didn't cry from being inside that pumpkin.

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  9. I totally agree!!! We've put all 3 of our kiddos in a pumpkin at Halloween and the pictures just turn out so super cute. I love your blog, glad I found it. I'm a new follower! Check mine out if you get a chance, I'm a mommy with a makeup problem...
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  10. absolutely adorable! he is so photogenic.

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