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My Future Fall Bucket List; Fall Activities to do with Baby

The leaves have fallen, the trees are withering and the air is crisper. Okay not quite, but it did get a bit nippy this weekend. Aka first sign of fall in my book! I absolutely love Fall. Not only does it house my favorite holiday (YAY HALLOWEEN!),  but it’s the season for change! Oh and I love pumpkin pie! Yes, I’m a black girl that doesn’t like sweet potato pie, bite me. 

Since Fall is my favorite season I am so excited to share so many wonderful traditions with my baby boy. Being that he’s only a little tot right now some of these he either won’t remember or we’ll have to wait. So here’s my (future) Fall bucket list! 

  1. Pumpkin patch
  2. Apple picking
  3. Hay ride
  4. Halloween party
  5. Pumpkin carving
  6. Make apple cider from scratch
  7. Decorate the house for Halloween
  8. Eat lots of pumpkin pie
  9. Watch halloween movies
  10. Wear matching halloween costumes

Okay you guys know I have to make number 10 about mommy right? Haha. What are your little ones going to be for halloween? I’m so excited for our costumes!!  

See ya! 
Aysia B. 
p.s. I totally realized we missed our Summer bucket list, but trust, it was just as exciting as Spring and Fall. 


  1. Replies
    1. It was so much fun! What's on your bucket list?

  2. Ooo, so many things! But I definitely want to visit several countries in Europe and Asia.

    1. That’s some great things for the bucket list!

  3. We did a lot of these this year. Fun ideas! We especially had fun with a family Halloween costume.

  4. All of these are definitely items that everyone should do at this time of year. You should get in as many years with matching costumes before your kid gets too big to choose their own costume.

  5. Great list! I love all those activities too! Your baby is adorable!

  6. We love to read Halloween board books! The lift and flaps are the best. I put them away until October each year.


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