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Autumn Bucket List

As they say, “it’s always better late than never”, and that is the exact saying that comes to mind when writing this post.

I have finally got around to writing up mine and Luke’s Autumn Bucket List. Autumn is my absolute favourite season and I can’t wait to jump right in and start making memories and having fun. We’ve included a few Halloween related tasks, but not a lot as I thought maybe I could do a separate list for the holiday. I think I’d need to make a more ‘age-related’ list for him, as he’s not really very likely to go Trick or Treating or start decorating with fake cobwebs by himself!

Autumn Bucket List

This list is for me and Luke (aged 2) to carry out over the course of the season, we already have a few things to tick off!

Autumn Bucket List by

We also have a few additional extras:

Celebrate Auntie Marlar’s Birthday

Plant Onions and Garlic

Make Halloween Decorations

Hug Some Trees

Go To Blackmoor Apple Tasting



What’s on your Autumn bucket list? I’d love to share and swap ideas; I’m always looking for fun, exciting things to do with Luke and, like I said, Autumn is my favourite season so send me all your ideas!

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Rachael is a 31 year old mum to 10 year old Luke and 5 year old Oscar. She lives in England and writes about family life, crafts, recipes, parenting wins(and fails), as well as travel, days out, fashion and living the frugal lifestyle.


  • Sarah Burns

    ooooh the play doh sounds fab – do you have a recipe for this already? We are doing leaf hedgehogs at a group I’m sort of co running this Friday – such good fun,
    We have done a lot of blackberry picking and I am busy looking for conker trees to head to soon x

    • Lukeosaurus And Me

      We made leaf hedgehogs on Monday and was great fun, but we had to put leaves on the hedgehogs feet too apparently! I have made cinnamon before, I just get your basic play dough recipe and adapt it. For the seasonal ones I will be using dried spices like nutmeg 🙂 xx

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