As I tucked Max into bed tonight he said, “Can tomorrow be Halloween too? Or is it next week?” Apparently someone thought trick or treating was a teensy bit fun! And, apparently we need to work on our concept of time! I had to break it to him that it would be a whole year, after he turns 5, before we could trick or treat again. Boo!
Until then, we’ll live on the happy memories … and candy haul! Mama is sifting through her much deserved tax now!
Mimi made Jemma’s Alice in Wonderland dress. Technically, round two of a handmade-by-grandma-Alice because Jemma had an One-derland party for her 1st birthday! My only job was to find tights (thank you Target) and a Dinah prop for her to carry. I failed and opted for a Dinah button, hoping it would do. It barely passed as acceptable.
Max has had quite the Halloween line up. First he wanted to be a Ninja Turtle, then Catboy, then Yoda. We had already returned the Ninja Turtle costume so that was out and I encouraged him to save Yoda for next year. Rather than drop $40 on the hot Catboy costume this year, I ordered a mask and cape and we paired it with boots Max already had and a blue top and pants from Target’s Cat & Jack line. Now he has a new baseball tee and cozy sweats for the winter!
Reid got a hand me down for his first Halloween. Naturally. Max wore it here just 3 years ago!
He’s serious about candy!
Singing the PJ Masks theme song to the neighborhood :)
Prepping Reid for the wild rides at Disneyland!
Keeping watch while the troops scamper up to the door.
Happy Halloween! Enjoy that candy tax!
Marie Cole says
They all look so cute!