This year we had a knight, superman, and a fairy.
After our “spooky” dinner the kids got into their costumes, and we went trick or treating around the neighborhood.
A cute little bee, a red power ranger, and a clown. (he kept rubbing the paint off his face)
“Look what I got!”
… and for dessert, we had
I decided to cook a special “Spooky” dinner on Halloween.
We had witches brew,
dinner cooked in a pumpkin
(ground beef, rice, water chestnuts, and red pepper)
with mummies on the side,
and for dessert, …..
Yes, I am going to drag this Halloween thing out as long as possible – I don’t have anything else right now to blog about.
Ben gets his stick-out-the-tongue-thing from my mom. It tickles my heart every time I see him do it, and think of her.
Yes, I do wash his face. Just not very often.
The finished product.
Ben, on the other hand is not as concerned about what to be as he is about the sad fact that our house doesn’t have
Halloween decorations up.
Terrible, I know.
So, the son of my husband decided to make some.
He stayed busy for several days making ghosts,
to string up.
Now we have Halloween decorations!
One thing I love about having kids is sharing their enthusiasm for life.
Since the first day of October a regularly recurring topic of conversation in our house has been Halloween. Daniel keeps talking about what he wants to be for Halloween, starting with a
– it changes every time I turn around.