The whole family, plus a stow-a-away!Throughout the trail, there are different little houses decorated with different Halloween themes. They are so cute! This was still at the beginning and Porter was still worried about scary things. He kept on saying "I too scared!" when I would ask him to get close to something to take a picture.
*As a side note, I have to tell a funny story about Porter and ghosts. During FHE, we have been working on teaching Porter the 1st Article of Faith. Porter really noticed the part about the Holy Ghost and started talking a lot about the Holy Ghost. The only problem is that he thinks the Holy Ghost is like a Halloween ghost! He's told me that he wants to see the Holy Ghost, that the Holy Ghost is scary, and when he see's a ghost, he says "Look mom, it's the Holy Ghost!" This kid will even hear when someone at church talks about the Holy Ghost and get all excited! Brandon and I are trying to help him distinguish the difference between a regular ghost and the Holy Ghost, but how do you help a two year old understand this? I think he's beginning to understand that the Holy Ghost is part of our church, because I was showing him an LDS church that wasn't our church, and I explained that we belong to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. He then started talking about the Holy Ghost. I think he'll get it in a few years!
Hudson's so funny just chillin' in the backpack! He was just so content the whole time looking at all of the lights:)
During the Christmas season, they have the Fantasy Trail decorated for Christmas. I wanted to go last year, but between taking care of a newborn, packing, and moving into a new house, we just didn't have the time to go. We'll definitely try for this year! This is a fun family-friendly activity to do:)