Tuesday, November 1, 2011

My little Trick 'r Treaters!!

Are you sick of chocolate yet?! Nope. Me neither. These two had a BLLLAST this year trick or treating! Last year it was really cold and rainy so they only lasted about one block. This year the weather was sunshine glowing, fall leaves crunching, cool breeze whispering, perfection! My little Kylee had to be drug from house to house last year, and this year after every house would say, "One more house mama!!"

The boy lives and breathes spiderman every day of his life, so it wasn't too hard for him to get into character. :)

I think she pretty much rocked her skeleton princess costume! :)

After ringing the doorbell, and waiting in eager anticipation on the porch-their baskets held right in front of them, the words "trick or treat?!?!" right on the tip of their tounge-Tyler would lean over and whisper excitedly to Kylee, "Ky, are you having SO much fun?!" and she would whisper back, "YES!" and nod enthusiastically. They were so fun to watch this year! And they made out like bandits in the candy department. :) We took them trick- or- treating in an older neighborhood and those grandma's and grandpa's just ate them up!

I hope your Halloween was full of candy and laughter too!

Thanks for stopping in today!! Have a Sweetly Lovely day! See you soon!!


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Jaime Lyn at Crafty Scrappy Happy said...

Awhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!! So so cute! And sounds like the best night ever!!!!!

Bec@littlelucylu said...

SO cute! :-)

Jessica :) said...

Your kids are adorable! Love the costumes. We were such slackers this year for Halloween. We went to our ward Halloween party last week. Figured out a costume for the little one an hour before it started and we didn't do anything. And for Halloween itself, we raked leaves, bundled branches, and trimmed lilacs; then we ate pizza and watched NCIS. We are quite possibly the most boring people on this planet. :P But your kids are adorable and with the fun they had, you've inspired be to be better next year (besides next year the little one might care more). :)