Smith’s first Halloween! We had so much fun. Kensington was only 6 weeks old at her first Halloween, so it was very different having a 9 1/2 month old instead. Different meaning so much more fun! My little ones were totally cute and super fun to take trick or treating.
Here they are the morning of in their Halloween pjs. Yup, they’re in the US and I’m in Mexico.
I bought these trick or treating buckets for them. Aren’t they cute?!
We invited Ryan, Sean, Grandmother, Ken, Lovie and Papa Jay over for Halloween dinner. Ryan came dressed as a super cute lady bug.
And she was sweet enough to share her wings with Kensington.
So, I fretted and fretted for two months over what my kids should be for Halloween. I looked endlessly on line for matching costumes. I knew Kensington needed to be a Disney princess since she’s obsessed but I couldn’t find a suitable 9 month old boy costume to match. I worried, I looked, I bugged Andrew about it, I then bugged my friends when I realized Andrew didn’t care and finally one day, I saw this costume online…
How flippin cute is that tiger? Seriously?! Can’t Belle be friends with a little tiger? I mean, he’s so stinkin’ cute in it that I might have him wear it every single day.
Ebby Lee came over with her baby brother for some trick or treating with my kids. This made our Halloween extra special.
Good grief! Could these boys be ANY cuter?
Considering these girls are 2 and 18 months, I think they did a fantastic job going door to door trick or treating.
We walked down to Luke’s house to check out his candy too.
By the end of the night, Kensington was dragging her bucket from house to house. She wasn’t about to let one of us carry it for her; she’d rather drag it than risk us taking a piece of her candy.
Kensington is IN LOVE with Uncle Seanie. He is her favorite person in the world right now.
Sean, Kensington and Ryan walking home.