Isn't he adorable? He's sporting the new spider hat he made in class. ;-)
Tonight we went to Night Eyes at Blank Park Zoo. Jackson was dressed in his Lightening McQueen costume again and Peyton was an adorable pumpkin! Daniel and I decided to wear our Thing 1 and Thing 2 shirts and funny wigs as well. ;-)
Last year, Night Eyes was pretty lame and we debated on even going again this year but decided to with Aunt Heather and Aunt Amanda and their kiddies. Going on a Saturday afternoon was so much better then last year because we could see everything and the lines were much shorter! Jackson and Peyton really racked up the candy there! Last weekend, we bought a new wagon so we could pull the boys along for events like this. (Quick side note: before we even parked the car Jackson was telling us how he really needed to ride in the wagon with Peyton because his legs would get sooooo tired! We made him walk anyway!) So we got to try out the new wagon tonight which worked GREAT! The only thing that bugged me was people kept throwing candy in the wagon with Peyton. HELLO - he's 14 months old! Nothing happened and I got everything away from him except for a licorice stick that he was not about to let go of. LOL. All in all, we had a very good time this year and we will definitely do it again next year.
When we got home Jackson couldn't wait to break into his candy but he had to wait until after dinner. He goggled down 6-7 pieces of candy and was WIRED!! As he was talking 50 miles a minute he started talked about the fence around the secretary and how did that work. We thought he had a screw loose until we realized he didn't mean secretary, he meant cemetery. It was a joke that we heard at Living History Farms the other night about what runs all around a cemetery but doesn't move... a fence. LOL!