Since I knew I wasn't going to get to enjoy Halloween we "celebrated" ahead of time. We got both pumpkins carved over the weekend (took longer than expected, but whatever), and on Sunday night took pictures of the pumpkins and August in his Halloween attire.
First, the pumpkins:
The Alabama A with a football etched behind it.
For the second one Jared etched out an elephant and Roll Tide, then I filled them in with glue and glitter. For both pumpkins I did a combination of drawing the designs with dry erase marker (it wipes off) and outlining the design with an x-acto knife, then Jared did the carving. Teamwork.
August in the Halloween shirt (that you can't really see - it has a pumpkin on the back that glows in the dark). It's a small miracle he actually sat there and let me take a picture.
...then the bumblebee costume! He won't cooperate to let the hood of the costume stay on his head. Animals. Difficult to work with.
How was your Halloween? Also, thank you all so much for all the comments, Tweets, etc. yesterday and throughout everything with the surgeries. Yesterday went really well, and I'm home and so far not having to take anything but Tylenol. I'll see the eye doctor in a few hours for the first post-op appointment then it's back to the couch for a day of resting :)