Halloween Harvest at Luna park with the little Mates

Fall is officially here, yet the crisp breeze, crunchy leaves and sweater weather hasnt kicked in yet and we are NOT complaining! 

We spent the first Weekend of Fall at Luna Parks Halloween Harvest.  Luna park brings back so many childhood memories for me, so to be able to share this place and their new awesome festivities has me reliving childhood with the best people on earth. 

Every year a new theme sets the stage for the parks design.  This year it’s Ahoy Luna – yes, tons of Pirate fun. Luna parks Halloween Harvest is opened every weekend from September 16th until October 29th for your little mates to enjoy, pumpkin painting in Blackbeard’s pumpkin patch, face painting, dancing, rides, pony rides and Halloween themed contests all in this Fall filled design amusement park. 

V, K and Bash were all smiles during the monster mash sing along with Pirates John and John.



Can you guess how much the pumpkin behind V & K weighs? If your guess is correct you can become the BIG WINNER! 

Luna park’s Halloween Harvest event information Here

Summer Lovin’ & All About The Ocean

We are now a full 2nd week in to summer!! The weather has been great and we have discovered that this summer will be all about the ocean. The girls are so interested in Mermaids (with the help of Coney Islands Mermaid Parade and Dora). They are learning to swim, love collecting seashells, sea creatures and request to go to the beach almost everyday. I must say with it only being 2 full weekends into the summer we have visited 3 beaches in New York/New Jersey…don’t you just love New York in the summer! This year Vita (Vittoria) is enjoying her feet in the sand…. Lucky for me; now I am only responsible for carrying bags & Etc Etc Etc 🙂 :). So far in our experience we highly recommend visiting Coney Island, as top beach for eclectic entertainment, landmark exhibits and rides, and of course the ocean. Here are some of our favorite oceanic images!

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