Cruising the busy city streets is such a departure from the Halloween’s of my childhood, and I wondered if we should drive to a quieter neighbourhood, like we did a couple of years. But I’m so glad we didn’t…
This is our ‘hood’, and it’s fun to go into places and see the people who you meet each day. Did that ever sound like a line from Sesame Street…it comes naturally these days…
My last-minute costume
“Ooooh, I’m going to get soooo much candy!”
Ariel looks seriously mischievous . Dot looks like she’s on a serious mission.
Please stay this cute forever!
Daddy dressed up as Bronco Libre. Still not sure what that means.
You know, just grabbing some candy from the deli.
The sweetest little ant I’ve ever seen. And wearing a homemade costume to boot!
And if you’re not my mother, or the ant’s mother, you may want to quit this page…more pictures of these two to follow. Can’t help it!
Who doesn’t trick-or-treat at the cobbler?!
Do not, I repeat, do not expect a picture of a three and four-year old without someone’s tongue sticking out. It’s not going to happen.
We visited Grandma…
…and the Greats…
…a couple of Aunties and an Uncle.
Ahhh, it’s a mignon! Love this pumpkin! I tried to convince J to go as a mignon this year, but that didn’t fly.
That’s it, folks. After this photo we made our way home. Dot’s Mom and I were giving ourselves a big pat on the back for having Halloween done by 7:30 at night – no tears, no candy comma. Hey we’re getting the hang of this parenting thing! Now I just need a visit from the Switch Witch so that I don’t eat all J’s candy!