We had a great fall! We started off our fall with a visit to the Nashville area for one of my best friend's son's 2nd birthday party! I was able to see both of my good friends, Katie and Lindsay, which is one of my most favorite things to do! Lindsay's little boy, Harrison, was the birthday boy and we had a great time celebrating his big day! At the party was a ball pit and giant jumping castle and Taylor LOVED playing with both of them! While we were in town we participated in a Halloween parade. Taylor didn't have her costume but she sure enjoyed the wagon ride with Harrison through the neighborhood. The parade was for all of the kids in the neighborhood and was lead by a fire engine! Of course we also went out for our standard mexican meal while we were all in town. Nothing better than great food with great people! I am such a happy girl to have them just a quick drive away!
At home in Memphis, Taylor enjoyed an en promote trip to pick out pumpkins for our porch. She picked out two small pumpkins which were just her size! She also enjoyed climbing around and looking at all the bigger pumpkins too!
Even though this was not Taylor's first Halloween, it was definitely the first one she was able to participate in. She had a BLAST!! One of the many things we love about our new neighborhood is that there are TONS of kids-which means lots of trick-or-treaters! The weather was yucky and rainy all day long, but the rain stopped about an hour before trick-or-treating. So while it was a little damp, the fun could still go on! Taylor dressed up as Sofia, the princess from her favorite show Sofia the First. Daddy took her out to trick-or-treat to a few houses-mainly for photo and filming purposes! But her favorite part was running to the door every time the door bell rang to say hi to the children who came by. She ran around the house yelling "tick teat"! And the child absolutely loves baskets and buckets so she was trilled with her pink pumpkin pail (even if it wasn't filled with candy)!
We finished our Fall season with a great trip to Atlanta for Thanksgiving with many members from my mom's side of the family. More to come about that in a later post. . .