We, of course, had a great time trick-or treating. The festivities actually started Saturday night with the Annual Vista Ridge Halloween party. This year they added a trunk-or-treat. The kids had a BLAST. Halle’s favorite part was the face painting. Check out the pic in the slide show.
Then revelry continued on Wed morning at Halle’s preschool party. They had ghost bowling (the ball was a small pumpkin), a beanbag toss, and crafts galore. The kids also got lots of yummy snacks.
Last, but certainly not least came trick-or-treating. Halle went with her good buddy Jake the firefighter and he left her in the dust most of the time. (It’s hard to walk in heeled glass slippers!) But they had a blast and were amazed at all the candy they got.
Josh was much more tolerant of the chicken costume than Halle was. Halle and I had to have practice sessions for weeks before Halloween, and she still cried when I put it on her. Josh could have cared less–he didn’t seem to mind it at all (until he tried to crawl fast and the big feet and tummy got in his way!)
We got back early from trick-or-treating b/c I had to go teach my interval training class, but since it was FREEZING outside, that was ok with Josh. The kids then dumped all the candy on the floor and chowed down!