Everything about fall is amazing.
So we are making it an annual tradition to take our break from our usual school routine to celebrate the first day of fall. Last year, we took a walk on a nature trail to make observations and enjoy the signs of a changing season. This year, we are sticking closer to home, but we are still marking the changes anyway.
First Sprout designed and sewed her own felt owl.
|First Sprout's super sweet felt owl, named Pumpkin Pie.|
We colored these delicious fall pages.
|Second Sprout enjoys coloring our cool art pages.|
Zucchini bread was baked and devoured.
Halloween fall decorations are hung.
All-in-all it's been a successful day, and it's scarcely even lunch time. We have lots of time left for going outside and playing in the afternoon. I know for a fact that we have black walnuts to pick up out of the yard, and we might have just enough leaves on the ground for a moderately-sized leaf pile. It never ceases to amaze me how much still happens even on our "slow" days. I'm looking forward to tucking in and enjoying more slow days in the months ahead.