Monday, October 22, 2018

5 Fall Traditions

Hi Foxy Friends! Happy Monday! I had a 3 day weekend, it was nice, and I am finally getting better. Apparently the doc thinks I was having asthma, need to follow up with my regular doc, but good news the inhaler is working and I can almost breath again! Woo hoo! Anyway, I'm linking up with The Blended Blog and their Monday theme of Fall Traditions.

We don't necessarily have  "Fall" weather meaning last weekend was 86°F (30 °C - you're welcome Canadian friends), and we were melting at soccer. But here are our Fall Traditions.

Fall in our world means soccer. Baby Fox has been playing the last 4 seasons. And we look forward to it every year. And just this Fall Mini Fox has joined in on the fun. The last 2 years she did Spring ball, but this year she wanted to do Fall, and she is having a blast.

His first game, it was over 100°F

Apple picking, it's so fun, but again, usually really hot! We went once when I was pregnant with Baby Fox, and then the last two years we've been able to go, apple picking is so short here, but we've made it up there twice now and the kids love it!

Halloween! Of course, I wasn't a Halloween person before kids, but now that I have them, I'm all about them! From making them to buying them, I love it all! Once of my favorite years.

The weather starts to turn cool, and we can curl up on a Sunday with a movie and blankets and do nothing all day. It's fun to just be cold for once and bundle up. Which makes getting up for work so much harder!

The Pumpkin patch...we go every year with friends and it's so fun. Although we are having a tough time finding time to go with our friends this year...with our silly soccer schedule it's hard to find a big chunk of time on a Saturday. Hopefully we don't break our 7 year tradition!



Aww, going through these pictures makes me sad that we might not have time to do it this year...gotta find the time in the next 10 days, we can do it!

Alright, those are all of our Fall traditions, head over to The Blended Blog to link up your Fall traditions!

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