Sunday, October 31, 2010

Happy Halloween!

Hope everyone had a safe and happy Halloween! We had a holiday weekend with our little pumpkins!This year our "pumpkins" had to be our family (according to Megan) - so we each got our own. In order... baby Nicole pumpkin, Daddy Pumpkin, Mommy Pumpkin, and Megan Pumpkin.

Megan was not too thrilled with the pumpkin carving... she is so like her momma and is very smell sensitive. Megan got one hand of "gooey slimy gunk" out and then had to leave the table because she about threw up. Thankfully, mommy is the family carver and I was able to get it done. Although she couldn't help with the insides.... she did design the face and was quite happy with the results of the Megan pumpkin.

We started our Halloween celebrations on Saturday when we got together with my family so all the cousins could go trick-or-treating at Grandma and Granddad's house.

Ummmm... Nicole wasn't so sure about being left there with princesses and ninja's.... what's a fairy to do?

But the bigger girls made sure to show off all their princess qualities and moves.
The Ninja's showed their powerful and lightening quick moves...Once the mommy fairy picked up the baby fairy... all was right in the world again.

The little fairy was ready to fly away and spread happy magic wherever she went (as long as mommy went with her)...
Tonight we redressed up our little fairy and princess again and hit the pavement to do a little trick-or-treating.

That cute little fairy was super sweet, even after being squeezed into her outfit..... I bought this before she was even born (when it was clearanced last Halloween at Gymboree) and it is way too small for her... but we made it work! Once the sun started to go down, we headed out.... The princess led the way!!!!

And Nicole followed along in her awesome little setup! She was afraid her wings might get tired so she hitched a ride....
Daddy and Megan continued on after we finished our little cul-de-sacish area... And as you can see, Nicole had a great time on her first Halloween!
And now we get to look forward to setting up all those limits on Halloween candy. And working on self-control so that Mommy and Daddy don't go fishing for all the good stuff.

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