Happy Halloween! It’s the first one we’ve really celebrated as a family.
You were so excited to carve pumpkins and get costumes. I never really celebrated it with the girls, being busy with work, but now that my job is to take care of you I couldn’t say no to those eyes.
So we got ourselves a carving table, and you started to work right away!
You put so much work into that pumpkin…
…and this is what we got!
Not the most perfect pumpkin, but so cute! Maki, Jenny, Sarah, and I also made pumpkins!
This one was Jenny-Kari’s:
This one was Sarah-Kiya’s:
This one was Maki’s (I love her sense of humor):
Look! I made a kedi-pumpkin:
I’ve been telling you all about our homeworld’s Spook Night, too. After that comes Spirit Day, when we honor the dead. Maki tells me that some cultures here have a Day of the Dead too, and that it comes right after Halloween! Wow!
Kediké, you look so happy. I hope you can always stay that happy.