As I mentioned in Monday's post, we spent Ezra's birthday weekend in the Poconos, at the super-family-and-kid-friendly Woodloch resort.
(This is not a sponsored post. I was invited as a travel writer for AlphaMom, where a proper review-type post will appear soon. Woodloch comped our room and meals, but beyond that I'm not being paid for this post, or nor am I obligated to post about the trip at all. But like I would EVER pass up a chance to bore y'all with a bunch of my vacation photos, lololol.)
(I bet they knew that, too.)
ANYWAY, the boys had a ton of fun. There were:
(Not pictured, me, who went on them one whole time!)
And Halloween costumes, characters and bonus treat-or-treating!
(And yes, that last one is indeed David! S! Pumpkins!)
(That was us "practicing" our scared faces just before I took him on his first haunted hayride. I don't know what his "actual" scared face was because I spent the whole thing with my face buried into his shoulder like a giant chicken.)
(He spent the whole thing trying desperately to get one of the actors to break character and talk about his favorite jump-scare games, while they jump-scared us. So very meta.)
(He was all, "EXCUSE ME, EXCUSE ME BUT HAVE YOU EVER PLAYED BENDY AND THE INK MACHINE?" and I was all, "PLEASE STOP BOTHERING PENNYWISE, I'D LIKE TO SLEEP TONIGHT.")