Fall has always been one of my favorite seasons. Especially in Montana. I am convinced there is nowhere on Earth quite like Montana in the Fall. Wouldn’t you agree? (Minus the freak snow storm, of course. Just kidding! You know you love it.) We thought it would be fun to put together a Fall Family Fun Bucket List. What do you think? Have we left anything off the list? What are you most looking forward to this Fall? Feel free to share in the comments section below! We love to hear from our readers!
Fall Family Fun Bucket List
- Host a hot chocolate party, complete with all the fixings!
- Bake something pumpkin. Better yet, try 5 new pumpkin recipes in one week! Hopefully your skin won’t turn orange…kidding!
- Host a pumpkin carving party. My college girlfriends and I did this every year — complete with Halloween cookie decorating, and Autumn beer tasting.
- Take care of those family photos for holiday cards!
- Take off work and enjoy an old-fashioned Snow Day with your littles. Don’t forget to build a snowman, and take the entire crew sledding!
- Pick out (or even better, make) your Halloween costumes.
- Drink hot cider.
- Attend a local football game. Bring the whole family!
- Watch Hocus Pocus.
- Read a good book next to a roaring fire.
- Decorate your house for Fall! Have the kiddos help.
- Rescue yourself from cabin fever, and visit the Children’s Museum.
- Have a backyard bonfire.
- Drink a Pumpkin Spice Latte (or ten).
- Have a fall-themed BBQ. Serve s’mores for dessert.
- Attend a local Fall Festival.
- Break out your favorite fall nail polish. Wear over and over until Christmas.
- Take a nature walk. Collect pinecones (for decoration) and leaves for etching.
- Go on a haunted hayride. Or just a regular one!
- Wear your favorite leggings and boots.
- Make a homemade pizza.
- “Boo” three friends’ homes.
- Buy a bag of Halloween candy, and eat the entire thing. I love me some candy corn. Just saying.
- Invite your girlfriends over for a Girls’ Night In. Have everyone bring a favorite bottle of wine and a finger food (or dessert) to share.
About the author…After three blissful years in the Treasure State, Jessica recently moved back to Houston, Texas with her hunky husband and her three precious little girls, Savannah Leigh, Emma Kate, and Brooklyn Olivia. Jessica is a small business owner with a degree in Broadcast Journalism, and a nerd-like love for political science. She is passionate about writing, marketing, social media management, and this wonderfully beautiful mess we call parenthood.