Halloween morning started with the elementary school parade followed by the preschool parade. I ran into this rowdy bunch and Hunter wanted nothing morning than for Briggs to come sit with him and yet Briggs refused for the longest time! He eventually warmed up!
Bennett was Luigi for the parade and then mixed it up by adding a cart for his trick or treating – he’s unpredictable like that. 🙂
Cannon wanted his kart for the parade but the preschool asked that we don’t send any removable parts to costumes. So he was a just Donkey Kong.
Each kid was in heaven as they spent the evening trick or treating with their friends.
Trying to get 4 two and three year olds to look at a camera when they’ve got candy in their mouth proved to be difficult. This is the best we got – but I still love it!
These two are so fun together – they would choose to play every day if they could – and some weeks they do.
Somehow in the midst of our neighborhood dinner I missed a picture of Bennett with his buddies – but I got Hunter. And he takes the cake for the most kids trick or treating in a group.
These boys were smart when they asked Hunter if they could trick or treat in our neighborhood – look at all those girls! They were quite the pack.
Hallie is at the stage where she still likes to dress up and trick or treat a little – but she also has fun taking the younger kids around. She’s helpful to have around!
And she’s always good for a funny pose! I think this is a pirate face with a hook…I think…makes me laugh either way
And after a successful evening we had kids lining our porch dumping out candy and trading – isn’t that the best part of the night?! I hate all the candy – but I love the excitement and energy.