Wednesday, October 19, 2011

How To Carve A Pumpkin With A Toddler



5.   Check out these Mr. Potato Head-like kits.

6.  Here is a link to a milestone chart for birth to age 3.

I would love to see your creations.  Leave a link to your pumpkin carving post in the comments, so I can pay you a visit.




12 comments:

Mallory said...

I bet he had fun taking the "guts" out. We are planning on painting pumpkins this year.

Susan said...

Oh I bet he had a blast!!

He's just so cute.

I'm enjoying your series.


Hope your day is blessed♥

Sarah said...

Aww. So cute. We painting them last night and left them out to dry, well it rained... ugh. Washed the paint off now they get to paint again. At lease I got photos! haha!

deb duty said...

These are so sweet! It looks like he had lots of fun!

Ashley Sisk said...

I'm pretty sure that this is solid advice for me too. I'm like a toddler when it comes to this stuff.

Katherines Corner said...

"guts" you crack me up. This is such fun post.We had fun "carving" pumpkins with our grandchildren. Hugs

Erica said...

Coming over from Paper Mama. I love that you're carving pumpkins with a toddler. It's giving me courage to start to think about maybe trying it out with my little man. Maybe.
You seem cool. Your blog looks nice. I think I may follow you :)

Courtney K. said...

How fun! Looks like he had a BLAST!

Jodi said...

He is just soo cute! Looks like he had so much fun. :)

Wonder said...

love it! you are right, that IS the way to do a toddler pumpkin :)

Tricia said...

Very Cute Photos and Great Ideas for Pumpkin Carving! Happy WW!

Beth said...

I love carving pumpkins with my kiddos! And I love that you had stickesr for him to be involved in the process!
I would love for you to link up at http://livinglifeintentionally.blogspot.com/search/label/Linkey%20Parties
~Beth