32 Ideas to Add to Your Family’s Fall Bucket List


FallPhotosFall is here!!

I love fall. I love the colors, the cool weather, the smell of pumpkin anything, and the memories that it creates among families! Make the most of this wonderful time of year and try out these wonderful Fall Bucket List items for adults and children!!

Fall Bucket List Ideas

  1. Celebrate the colors of the season! Take time to decorate your home with the lovely hues of Fall.
  2. Go for a walk in the cool Fall breeze. (On those days when we have one!)
  3. Schedule a Fall family photo shoot.
  4. Make leaf art with your children.
  5. Jump into a big pile of leaves.
  6. Get some adults (and kids) together and play some football!!
  7. Watch some NFL football on Sunday
  8. Make some hearty soups
  9. Go on a hayride
  10. Bake cookies shaped like fall leaves (or Halloween shapes)
  11. Attend a Fall Festival
  12. Make a Fall wreath and display it in your home or on your front door
  13. Make some Fall potpourri or diffuse some fall inspired essential oils (like cinnamon, nutmeg or clove)
  14. Treat yourself to a Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte
  15. Visit a pumpkin patch and take a couple pumpkins home
  16. Roast pumpkin seeds
  17. Carve a Jack-o-Lantern
  18. Bake an apple pie
  19. Make candy apples
  20. Enjoy some apple cider!
  21. Visit a haunted house
  22. Decorate your home for Halloween
  23. Organize a Halloween Party
  24. Participate in a costume contest
  25. Watch “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown
  26. Listen and dance to some Halloween music
  27. Have a movie night Halloween marathon (The Addams Family or The Munsters)
  28. Set an elegant harvest table for your guests for Thanksgiving
  29. Make a classic Thanksgiving meal
  30. Go around the table and have everyone say what they are thankful for. Or create a Thankful Tree.
  31. Watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade
  32. Go Black Friday shopping

How do you and your family love celebrating Fall?

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Angelica C
Angelica, also lovingly referred to as Angel, is a wife to her high school sweetheart, Oscar, and the young couple finally tied the knot in June of 2004. After struggling with infertility for seven years, they welcomed their first child, Gideon {January 2012}, and in three short years they welcomed Annabelle {2013}, Deacon {2014} and Jubilee {2015}. In the summer of 2016, Angel’s oldest child was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), which she continues to educate herself about by reading books, listening to podcasts and attending local classes and training events. When Angel isn’t busy tackling home duties and juggling her children’s activities, she enjoys taking self-defense classes at Krav Maga Houston, which she has been attending since moving to Houston in November 2016. She also loves coffee, reading, and meeting new people. Angel strives to live out 1 John 3:16 daily and loves talking and teaching others about what that means.