I got the joy of cleaning out the goo and seeds and Nick did the artistic work of actually carving the pumpkins. Here is how they turned out:
I also decided that it would be a waste to throw out the goo and the seeds so I made pureed pumpkin and toasted the seeds. Most of the puree is going to my niece in the form of baby food, but I have a few recipes I am going to try with the rest of it.
Here are the 2 recipies I used for toasting the seeds (http://caseyincalifornia.com/2011/10/05/toasted-pumpkin-seeds/ and http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Spiced-Pumpkin-Seeds/Detail.aspx). I will try and remember to share when I use the rest of the puree.