H A Double L O W DOUBLE E N - spells Halloween!!!

I am so excited about Halloween this year that I could eat a bag of candy corn! I have loved Halloween my entire life and now to celebrate with Henry, it makes it even better.

The other night I found the Halloween skit we did in Mrs. Ciesla's 2nd grade, The Littlest Pumpkin! Karen Gibson had the lead role of the girl and I was a pumpkin in the patch. I can still remember standing in the front of the class room doing the skit for our parents at the Halloween party.

A few weeks ago we got a flyer from Henry's school saying there was going to be a parade. I squeeled in delight. I have been waiting a long time for this parade. Charlie called me nuts but could sense my excitement. Then yesterday, there was a sign up for a party after the parade in Henry's room, I squeeled again! A parade and a party - what fun!

My mind was spinning of what I could make. I signed us up for treats but didn't write down what we would bring. I was thinking of spider web cupcakes and had it planned out in my head. Then I went back this morning and someone else was bringing cupcakes, darn it, I missed my chance!

I headed over to Target trying to figure out what else I could make. I came across these ghost baking cups. I thought I could do something with this. Well, then they showed Jell-O ghosts and I got all excited about making orange Jell-O ghosts! We may have made these in college, just with some other ingrediants ;) I aslo picked up a skeleton platter to display my ghosts on.


I just think Halloween is the best way to kick off the whole holiday season. It really brings out the child in everyone!

HAPPY HALLOWEEN! The Nardiello Family: H A Double L O W DOUBLE E N - spells Halloween!!!

The Nardiello Family

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

H A Double L O W DOUBLE E N - spells Halloween!!!

I am so excited about Halloween this year that I could eat a bag of candy corn! I have loved Halloween my entire life and now to celebrate with Henry, it makes it even better.

The other night I found the Halloween skit we did in Mrs. Ciesla's 2nd grade, The Littlest Pumpkin! Karen Gibson had the lead role of the girl and I was a pumpkin in the patch. I can still remember standing in the front of the class room doing the skit for our parents at the Halloween party.

A few weeks ago we got a flyer from Henry's school saying there was going to be a parade. I squeeled in delight. I have been waiting a long time for this parade. Charlie called me nuts but could sense my excitement. Then yesterday, there was a sign up for a party after the parade in Henry's room, I squeeled again! A parade and a party - what fun!

My mind was spinning of what I could make. I signed us up for treats but didn't write down what we would bring. I was thinking of spider web cupcakes and had it planned out in my head. Then I went back this morning and someone else was bringing cupcakes, darn it, I missed my chance!

I headed over to Target trying to figure out what else I could make. I came across these ghost baking cups. I thought I could do something with this. Well, then they showed Jell-O ghosts and I got all excited about making orange Jell-O ghosts! We may have made these in college, just with some other ingrediants ;) I aslo picked up a skeleton platter to display my ghosts on.


I just think Halloween is the best way to kick off the whole holiday season. It really brings out the child in everyone!

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

1 Comments:

Blogger Greta: From Transparencies of Motherhood said...

Love the idea of jello ghosts. Very cute. I too love Halloween. I've been surrounded lately by people that don't allow their kids to partake in Halloween. Ugh. I loved getting dressed up as a kid and I'm so excited to share that same experience with my kids now!

October 29, 2010 at 11:39 AM  

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