It’s officially time to embrace all things pumpkin-covered and cozy.
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A quintessential part of the season, autumn activities like apple picking and pumpkin carving can help you and your family celebrate all that fall has to offer.
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Take adorable photos of your kids and pick out the perfect pumpkins to take home. Then, you can carve a jack-o-lantern or paint your pumpkins to display right on your front porch.
Whether you prefer caramel apples to the candied variety, both versions are essential fall treats. Find them at a local fair or make your own at home to enjoy.
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This traditional fall activity is the perfect way to get the entire family outside to enjoy the brisk, refreshing autumn weather. (Just don’t actually get lost.)
Roast marshmallows, sip hot cocoa, tell ghost stories, and snuggle up under a bundle of blankets beside a fire with friends and family on a crisp fall evening.
Gather around the TV or head to the stadium to cheer on your favorite team and enjoy a football game with your family this fall.
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You don’t have to live on a farm to make your own scarecrow this fall. Grab some old clothes, stuff them full of hay, add accessories like a hat or scarf, and prop your new pal up on the porch.
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Head to a local fall festival or a harvest farm to enjoy a festive hayride this autumn. Sit on a hay bale and pretend you’re the Hay King while you soak up every bit of magic that the season holds.