We carved our pumpkins yesterday, and I think we outdid ourselves (again) this year.
Eleanor’s holey pumpkin is a tradition for her. With such a big pumpkin, she said, it just looks like it has fewer holes. Adding more holes wasn’t an option, apparently.
Bob and I made the pukekin. He scoops and cleans out the pumpkin, and I do the carving. This design was his idea this year, and it was easy to do.
Henry wanted to make a snowman pumpkin, and he carried it off nicely! The accessories are key. Although, I don’t understand the slinky – and probably I don’t need to understand it.
And this is Grant’s. He drew it, I carved it. Bob helped him with the arms. It’s still got the price tag on it. We are all very proud of it.