If you live anywhere that celebrates Halloween this isn’t such a big thing for you but for me, an Aussie, this is huge! I carved my first (mini) pumpkin – roughly modelled on Logan with the lone tooth – I didn’t want to risk trying two teeth on my first go!

I’ve spoken about buckets in an abstract kind of way on the reason behind this blog. This is a bucket that I can kick off my list (or claim an ice-cream for haha), carving a pumpkin/celebrating Halloween/creating a tradition. Yep, you read that right, I’m creating a tradition! I will be introducing pumpkin carving to our home each Halloween, it might take a lot of hunting to find a good enough pumpkin but I’m going to do it!

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5 thoughts on “Jack-o-Lantern

  1. Lila Wolff says:

    That’s very cute, I found it harder than I expected when I tried last year.

  2. EmmieGemmie says:

    How festive! Halloween has so many fun elements I kinda wish everyone got more into it in Australia

  3. sassandspice says:

    Hey I’m doing the same thing!! A big orange pumpkin is so expensive though (I got mine from Coles), and been doing it since Lily was born since it’s so close to her birthday. Yay for traditions!

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