Friday, November 9, 2012

Thanksgiving Pumpkin Carving

When I lived in Ohio we would carve our pumpkin toward the beginning of October so that we could enjoy them for a few weeks.  In Florida it is so warm that the pumpkin rots in two days. We actually carved the day before Halloween. 

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Dylan wanted to include Kyton in the pumpkin cleaning.  He loves getting messy and touching gross things. 

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but he did not want pumpkin guts on his hand, and wanted nothing to do with the cleaning process. 

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See the ‘goo’ mid- air in the above photo?

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After observing Dylan, Kyton decided that he would help daddy finish cleaning the pumpkin.

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Then he decided to play in the goo,

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and dump the goo. 

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Dylan did all of the real carving.

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Here’s Dylan’s finished product. 

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What did you carve in your pumpkin?

1 comment:

Katy said...

I love the mid air goo picture! And Kyton looking up to his daddy! What a great photo! And I love the carved pumpkin! So cool! :)

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