This past week we had a ton of fun celebrating fall break. Since we’ve been working so hard on the house lately, I wanted to take time to really focus on our friends and family. We started the week by celebrating Sophie and her Great Grandma’s (91) Birthdays in Chicago. I had a fun Girl’s Morning Out with my niece Fiona by getting a manicure at the cutest nail salon. We picked up Sophie and went to explore the 1830s at Conner Prairie. That night we made these cute Halloween ghost shirts with the girls, played board games, and had our first cousin sleepover at our new house. The rest of the week was spent visiting with friends at Conner Prairie and The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. We finished the week off by more Birthday celebrations at my parent’s house.
Today I’m over at my friend Jocelyn’s site, Home Tome to share how I made this adorable Halloween ghost toddler shirt with Sophie and her cousins. It was a super easy project but was very helpful to have a second set of hands to help me because our artists ranged from age 1 to 5 years.
What did you do on your fall break? I’d love to know about any Halloween crafts or treats you made!