Fall Bucket List

Back home in Puerto Rico we don’t have the four seasons, we have Summer all year long.  That is great because you can head to the beach whenever you want and you can wear tank tops and flip flops at anytime.

Pumpkin patch? I didn’t even know what that was! Apple what? Apple Hill? What do you mean I need boots and a coat?

Once I moved to California I learned that it’s also fun to have all the seasons as there is always something fun to do.

Here we share with you our bucket list for this Fall 2017. It includes things we have never experienced, so stay tuned for our future blog posts!

Here we go:

🍁 Go to a Pumpkin Patch

🍁 Visit Apple Hill Growers

🍁 Drink Pumpkin Spice Coffee at Starbucks

🍁 Take Fall Pictures

🍁 Make crafts with Autumn leaves

🍁 Drive Around and Enjoy the Changing Leaves

🍁 Burn Fall Candles

🍁 Make an Apple Pie

🍁 Try the Pumpkin Spice Donuts at Krespy Kreme

🍁 Go Shopping for Seasonal Clothes

🍁 Decor for Fall

🍁 Get Cozy and Watch a Movie

🍁 Drink Apple Cider

🍁 Do a Random Act of Kindness

🍁 Enjoy Hot Cocoa

🍁 Read a Book

🍁 Dress Up for Halloween

🍁 Trick or Treat

🍁 Take a Road Trip

What do you have in your Fall Bucket List? I would love to read your comments!

Remember this is all new to me, so any other recommendations will be greatly appreciated.


8 thoughts on “Fall Bucket List

    • thismomisgoingplaces@gmail.com Post author

      We have never been in a corn maze. That should be interesting! Thanks for your recommendations. I’ll be looking forward to see your list! ❤️

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  • Ching

    You know what came to mind when I read your list? It’s something I’ve never ever done. I think because my parents were from the Philippines and didn’t do it when they were growing up. But it’s a big Halloween thing aside from trick or treating (which I did do)…carve pumpkins ! 🙂 Maybe you can add that to your list!

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    • thismomisgoingplaces@gmail.com Post author

      I think that should be fun! I don’t know how difficult it would be for toddlers but I think it’s worth trying! Thanks for the suggestion!

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  • Jennifer

    I love all of these! Last year I tried to get my son involved into carving a pumpkin but he didn’t not engage as I expected and of course I wouldn’t let him hold any sharp objects but he did paint a pumpkin. We went to a pumpkin patch, he picked his own pumpkin and then we painted it. He had so much fun!

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    • thismomisgoingplaces@gmail.com Post author

      I am soooooo looking forward to the pumpkin patch!!!!! Will share the experience in a post! Thanks for stopping by!❤️

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  • Susanna

    Pumpkin carving is a must for Halloween but your right, could be too hard for toddlers. Another popular thing is painting pumpkins. That would be fun for the girls 🙂 Love your list!

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    • thismomisgoingplaces@gmail.com Post author

      Thanks Susie! I will do the pumpkin painting! Thanks for stopping by and leaving your comments! 🙂

      Reply

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