Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Fall Bucket List 2014

It's here, it's finally here! Even though Pumpkin Spice Lattes have been out for over a month and our homes have been decorated for a couple weeks now. Today is the day that it is officially fall!


We had so much fun doing our summer bucket list that I instantly knew that we had to make one for fall.

Every year there are SO many fall activities that I want to do. It is definitely one of the best and most magical times of the year in the Newman household. It was really hard for me to narrow down my "ultimate list" to one that we could accomplish by the end of October.

I can hardly wait to get started and share our adventures along the way.

What is on your fall bucket list? 

If you posted one, leave the link in the comments so I can check it out!

Linking up with Wife Mommy Me

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  1. Love your list! Can't wait to do all of that with my little one!

  2. Fallelujah! <---- HAHAHA! I love it!
    I know you have about 4.9 million apples, but have you thought about a trip to an apple orchard? Pressing cider is a lot of fun, and I bet the girls would like to help make it!

  3. I think you've got a great list of things - can't wait to see how you guys get through them over th next 6 weeks! I like that you've got simply things like a family day and a walk on there too because those can be so much fun and vary by the season.

  4. Corn maze! I wish. I'm telling you FL is the lamest state in the Fall. No pumpkin patches (real ones) no apple picking no corn mazes. Hot dog. Total fail state, total fail.
    Great list, excited to see you cross things off!

  5. Come over WMM and linkup your list so others can get fun ideas of what we can do this Fall!

  6. I love so many of these ideas!! I'm going to have to come up with a list too!!

  7. Love this list...copying it--hope you don't mind. :)

  8. Sounds like you guys are going to be having some awesome fun this fall! Thanks for linking up with us!

  9. Playing in the leaves is seriously, one of my BEST memories from childhood. My mom would rake the leaves into paths and we would pretend we lived in our own little village. I so wish Lily was old enough to be trusted roasting some marshmallows! Can't wait for that fun! Love your list!