Two Harrys and a fox!
Quidditch Harry racing around
The Queen of Hearts helped to wrap me up like a mummy!
This is Malcolm's pumpkin:
Jane and Malcolm were excited to see their cousins, Reagan and Willow!
I found a bunch of hershey kiss wrappers in Malcolm's coat pocket that night!
Jane did the cat. I did the greenish pumpkin that's supposed to be a golden snitch. My pumpkin was difficult to work with so my design wasn't too elaborate! Uncle Don made the awesome sign!
The sunset was pretty on the way home!
First they played balloon toss.
Then they had snacks and played a bunch of games Jane and I didn't understand.
Malcolm wanted an ice cream cake. It was half chocolate, half chocolate chip. They're so easy to make!
There were also ocean animals.
Malcolm wanted puffy hair for his birthday so I used the hairdryer!
This was a cool sand table we had seen before. The lighting changes when kids move the sand so it looks like lakes and mountains.
There was a fun area for playing.
We went out for a late lunch and Malcolm had macaroni and cheese. He had wanted it the whole time and we finally found a restaurant that had it! Then we went to the Ben & Jerry's on Church Street for more ice cream!
We went to Henry's Diner for breakfast. Normally I don't think diners are that great, but this one was! We ended up only having breakfast and dinner most days because we were too full to have lunch.
Afterwards we explored the shoreline.
I saw online that there was a 5k that day, so we went to Oakledge Park to check it out. It turned out the time on the website was wrong so we were a few minutes late, but I still ran anyway. I thought it was fun to run a race on my birthday!
The park had a treehouse!
There was a beach at the park, too.
We checked out the Earth Clock. It was cool!
Later we went shopping. The highlight was definitely Lake Champlain Chocolates! We also loved this bookstore.
The kids made Star Wars magnets.
There were some cute sculptures outside City Hall.
We went to a Mexican restaurant in an old diner for dinner and I got to have some more delicious Vermont beer!
The sunset was pretty again.