Fall Bucket List

I love fall.

It’s my absolute favorite season.  Most of my favorite memories are during the fall months.  After living in San Diego the past 3 years, I was ecstatic to get to enjoy fall weather up here in Washington.  I’m having flashbacks of my college years.  Of grabbing a cup of coffee from the coffee hut and making my way to my favorite area of campus to curl up and study or read.  Of getting out of class in the afternoon and taking the country back roads home to enjoy the fall weather.  Of curling up and watching movies with my boyfriend [now husband] on dates.

I just love this time of year.  So having a little family makes it easy for me to want to bring all my love of the season to them.  It’s the one time of year my husband and I can agree on [he’s a Halloween fanatic] and we both go a little crazy.

So let me share our bucket list this year!  I got the idea from Marie over at http://picklebeanbooks.blogspot.com/, here’s a link to her fall bucket list post 🙂

So here’s our family’s bucket list for this fall!  We’ve already cross a few items off, but I still need to write posts about those.  I will get on that soon hopefully!

  • Pumpkin Patch see blog post! Pumpkin Patch
  • Carving Pumpkins
  • Hot Apple Cider
  • Leaf Projects with the kids
  • Fall treasure hunts outside
  • Spooky corn maze
  • Make homemade pumpkin bread
  • Pull out the fall clothes
  • Some fun fall crafts
  • trick or treating with the kids
  • dressing up halloween night to hand out candy
  • fall drive through the backroads out here to enjoy the changing leaves
  • pumpkin pie 😀

I’m so excited to enjoy this season with my little family.


beautiful fall tree in our town


4 thoughts on “Fall Bucket List

  1. Your blog is so cute! I love the sunshines and rainbows. Kinda look like nilla wafers 🙂
    Can’t wait to see your leaf projects. We are thinking of doing some too. Oh and we might go to a haunted corn maze as well!

    • Thank you!! And they do, haha!! 🙂 My daughter is obsessed with the leaves this year and has to tell us everyday how leaves turn to red, yellow, and orange for Halloween xD — so it seemed appropriate to do some leaf crafts with her :).

  2. I love your list, especially the corn maze and driving the back roads. I’m so jealous, it sounds absolutely beautiful up there! I can’t wait to move out of southern California so I can enjoy real seasons like that.

    • Thanks!! I know the feeling — we lived in San Diego for the last 3 years and I was dying for a real fall/winter!! I grew up in Virginia, so the whole one season all year thing was hard to get use to ;). Though I miss SoCal terribly — there are many perks to living down there, if only they had a fall and maybe one or two snow days a year — it’d be perfect!! 🙂

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