Halloween came and went so quickly! We soaked it up, enjoyed it all and ate a lot of candy. Thank goodness Halloween fell on a Friday this year!
On the way to school Halloween morning, they wanted to stop in front of the scary house. Smith, of course, wore his Halloween pajamas and an eye patch. Argggg!
She’s cold and he’s peeking through…love these kids (after this we hurried to school, it was cold outside!).
I realized that Tab would be out of town on Halloween night, so I invited the Slaughters to eat Ghoul-ash with us at 4:45 and trick or treat in our neighborhood before we met up with other friends. Three turtles and two princesses. We’re just missing one little girl and then we’d be all complete :).
These kids are trick or treating pros!
I love it when people decorate for holidays! So much fun!!
I love this picture! They were laughing so hard!
At 6:30, we met over at the McAnally’s house with the Dreffs and of course, Andrea went above and beyond! She made this yummy Halloween punch that my kids LOVED!
Please stay little forever.
The whole gang enjoying their punch before we took off! I just love these kids!!
We stayed out with our friends trick or treating until around 8:00. We had the BEST time walking, eating our kids’ candy, talking and making memories.
When my kids got home, this happened. Everyone dumped out their loot before they went to take showers. I may have sifted through there for a few Heath Bars and Butterfingers…I might have.
I sent this picture to my dad on Halloween night. My parents have approximately 5,982 pictures of me sleeping like this when I was little…one leg crossed over the other.
Halloween 2014 is now in the books and was a huge success! I know you’re probably tired of me saying this…but the entire night, I thought about this little girl living in an orphanage right now that didn’t get to trick or treat…I cannot wait until next year when she’s there with us.
On the foodie blog today…
…Pasta Fagioli. A bowl of absolute goodness.
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