The Falk Family Blog

SATURDAY
NOV
- 2009 -
7
10:49 pm
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Trick-or-Treat!!!

Our little monkey (pretty cute, I might add!) and our two soldiers!
Halloween turned out to be so nice outside! We kicked off the night with a cul-de-sac pot luck dinner.
Warren did an awesome job painting Isaac’s face! Ethan was not interested in the paint. I even offered to give him a dollar if he would let us do it.
Lincoln was so proud of his black nose. He kept pointing to it and smearing the paint, but he surely looked adorable.
A close-up of Isaac.
No, silly boy, you’re supposed to eat the candy…
The cul-de-sac crew! It keeps growing!
Lincoln’s first piece of candy!
The boys were on a mission! Lincoln was far more excited to pull the wagon than get candy…
The boys favorite stop, Mr. Abney! He never disappoints Ethan and Isaac!
Warren calls this the “floating head” picture. He says I look like some kind of Photoshop disaster!
Haha! One evening when our almost 3-year-old nephew, Owen came to our house he was a little disturbed by this pumpkin. He wanted to save the little pumpkin! So cute!
Here they are glowing nice and bright!
SATURDAY
NOV
- 2009 -
7
7:20 pm
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Pumpkin Carving

Playing hard/working hard, whatever you want to call it.
The boys actually liked the “goo” this year! That’s the best part about carving pumpkins, after all!
Scoopin’ the seeds for Mommy.
Lincoln watching Mommy.
Hmmm…this looks strange.
Our jack-o-lanterns!
The boys and the pumpkins.
I love this picture. Lincoln looks a lot like Ethan here.
We had jack-o-lantern pizza for dinner one night!
Lincoln and Isaac in their Halloween t-shirts.
SATURDAY
NOV
- 2009 -
7
10:00 am
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Community Helper Day

Isaac’s class came dressed as their favorite community helper. (Isaac was a police officer because that’s the costume we already had, he wanted to be a doctor) Turns out, there were 9 doctors in the class! He was glad to have been something different. My second favorite of the day was “Baker Baker.” Her last name is ‘Baker’ and she chose be a baker for the day. She also brought everyone a pumpkin cookie. The kids each stood in front of the class and told about their community helper. (Poor doctors…after the first few there was not much left to say for the rest!)
Lincoln was so excited to see Isaac in his costume! He kept trying to take his hat and put it on. Luckily, we had another costume in the dress-up bin for Lincoln to wear! He felt so big and important!
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Isaac and Ethan on Halloween 2007…