Halloween 2011

The trick or treating is over, the goblins are in bed, and this mommy is exhausted. I wanted to share a few quick pics before I turn into a pumpkin.

I had a 20% off coupon so I let the kids choose their costumes at the Disney Store this year. I always had high expectations of making costumes for my kids (ok not actually “making” so much as putting together pieces to make one cheaper than buying one premade), but it’s just not in the cards time wise.

They went straight for exactly what I knew they would.

I present Captain Hook and Ariel.

This was Riley’s first time trick or treating and let me tell you, she caught on real quick! She RAN to each door and started knocking before I could even turn up the walkway.

This guy was a little slower, but thought he was pretty cool carrying his bucket with his hook.

Makes a great Captain Hook face, doesn’t he?

They had a fun night, got lots of candy and looked super cute doing it.

Now it’s on the next big holiday ~ Black Friday!!! Oops, I mean Thanksgiving…

Happy Halloween everyone!



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  1. says

    They look so adorable!! He is a mean looking Captain Hook! :) and what a pretty princess. It doesn’t take long for them to figure out the whole candy thing does it. :)

  2. says

    They just get cuter and cuter every time I see a new photo of them! I love the picture of all three of you. Halloween is a magical time, I love it. I went out trick or treating with my three little grandkids. We had so much fun!

    Take care, Sue

  3. says

    These costumes are sooo cute! Did you see where my son dressed up as spaghetti and meatballs (his idea!)

    Love those costumes! And I was looking at all your recipes! Yummy!


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