I feel like this Halloween we had so many events and parties to go to that we were busier than we are around Christmas. I love that there are so many fun things planned for little kids to celebrate Halloween in this area. This might not interest everyone, but I thought I'd highlight a few of the things that we did this year in case anyone is interested in them for next year (too bad I didn't blog about it soon enough for this year, eh?)
Let's start with Wheeler Farm, shall we? Wheeler Farm is always fun to visit and it's free, but you can pay $7 to join in on their Halloween activities (a Spooky Hayride-and by spooky, they mean not the least bit spooky at all, a small maze, and pick a pumpkin). Of course the most appealing things for Creed were just the normal farm activities, like feeding the ducks (and since they terrify me, I think that qualified as a spooky Halloween activity)Good thing Rachel and Ruby came along so Rachel could keep all the ducks away from me.