Anyway, it had gotten all-of-a-sudden freezing here so we decided to do it inside on the kitchen floor. He was very intrigued at me cutting into the top, and a little worried at first. He'd grown very fond of his pumpkins - even blowing them kisses as we would leave the house sometimes. :)
He was very eager to get in the action and help!
But I asked him to show me his teeth and got this oh-so-adorable grin!
Anyway, I tried really hard to get him to sit down next to the pumpkin and cheese again, so I could get a pic with the real camera, but couldn't get the smile, he wanted me to come sit next to him (hence the pointing finger).
The next night we were invited to a Halloween party that Bill's co-worker was throwing, so we headed over there and O got to play with some other kids, pet a guinea pig and trick-or-treat to the 5-6 houses that are the cul-de-sac the couple lived in. He really enjoyed going from house to house, and even started saying "tik-teet" once he started hearing the other kids saying it! It was SO cute to hear his little voice say "tik-teet" in his cute little lion costume. And the joy on his face every time he got to get something in his little bucket. (Not that he knew what was going in there, he was just happy to have it). Love the simple joys of toddler-hood.
I just love all these 'firsts' that we're getting to experience with our little bear. This age is just so perfect to explore new things and see how he reacts to them. I love, love, love it!