Now that he is bigger he can start wearing some of the costumes we picked up on clearance a few years back. He loves dressing up and running around the house in different outfits and has been begging to try on Spider-Man for a while now. Halloween is really a fun time of year!

The 3 year old has been loving StoryBots lately, and his favorite is the green character. He asked me over the weekend if we could make one so tonight we did. We even ended up with glow in the dark eyes!

We went over to the local playground after dinner. The days are growing shorter so I guess we have to take advantage of the sunlight while it lasts.

The little one has been bouncing off the walls today. We took a trip to the park on this very warm fall day and he shot off like a rocket, racing ahead of me. He definitely needed some room to run.

Chris has been under the weather this weekend, so I took the little one out for some fun. We ended up at Dave and Buster's. Since I have leftover funds from a work event, it was a perfect opportunity to play lots of arcade games for next to nothing. 
He was very focused on winning something tangible, so he ended up with a number of cards and chips from a game to be turned in for points (and a prize).
He's also getting much better at eating out. While he still only rotates through a handful of different foods, he sits still and listens much better, which means we can go out and do more things!

It's a pretty Halloween-centric Saturday. I finally made a Micky Mouse Halloween sheet for the little one's bed.
We decorated the house with all sorts of spooky and creepy decorations, including a bunch of construction paper bats.
Then we topped off the day with Halloween cookies. Ghosts and pumpkins and more!

He's so excited for Mario Party!

We assembled the OctoCam today. It's nice to finally have a Raspberry Pi Zero W. The few we have don't have wifi so it's nice to have such a tiny board with wifi on it.

We've been practicing making his bed the last few weeks and he's been getting good at it. It's hard with the three crib sides, but he does well.

This is definitely a theme with my work computer.

We finally assembled the cardboard skeleton we'd cut out earlier. He was pretty excited to get it hung up in his bedroom. This kid lives for Halloween!