Unfortunately Mother Nature decided to make it rain the days leading up to the festival as well as the day of, so it was moved inside the school which made it more discombobulated as games were separated down different halls and everything else was divided into different classrooms.
But in spite of the seemingly excessive crush of people and trying to figure out where all the games were, the kids had fun and I managed to snap a few shots of said fun. They were excited to see the ‘pumpkin patch’ set up where they could ‘pick’ a pumpkin to decorate:
Time to decorate:
They had a great area for picture taking – of course this is the closest Princess Nagger would sit next to her little brother – you know, boy germs and all. She wouldn’t even get close enough to give him ‘proper’ rabbit ears:
You know they’ll both be laughing about this years down the road like I am right now.
They spent the full two hours running around, playing pumpkin bowling and candy fishing and standing in line for the bounce house on maniacal repeat, and agreed that West Coast Fall Festivals are just as fun as East Coast ones.
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