We definitely did!
Our day started out with a little rain, but nothing too bad. Adeline got to dress up for daycare, so I was able to snap a few morning pictures of her with my mom, who was visiting this week. I love this one because it so captures Adeline right now – full of sass, not wanting to look at the camera, etc. (And it probably was the best one I got!)
In the evening, things didn’t go quite as planned. For starters, we were going to join our friends the Smiths for trick-or-treating, but I had an awful migraine so at sort of the last minute we decided to stick close to home. It was also about 15-20 degrees colder than it normally is for Halloween in Nashville, so we had to do some layering with the kids costumes.
Then we got a late start eating dinner before we went out. It was definitely past sunset when we finally got out the front door. That left me rushing to take photos too quickly, not paying attention to my camera settings, kids wanting to “gooooooo!!” left us with a few blurry photos before we headed out. Oh well. As I said last year, it’s not about the perfect picture! (And at least I took these in earlier this fall.)
We did take some photos of the kids with our iphones (Adeline in the morning since she got to dress up for school and my mom got Elias when we first went outside, and they are probably the best costume photos we got!)
Daddy put a funny mask and antlers on, and I got a good picture of the three of them. The kids thought a storm trooper with reindeer antlers was a riot. They also were so excited about their Halloween buckets.
This was the first year that Adeline REALLY got what trick-or-treating was all about and she was hysterical.
We only have sidewalks in some parts of our subdivision so we talked a lot about safety and cars. At one point she said, “there was a car! I am glad it didn’t hit us.” HA!
Elias ended up not wearing his dragon mask while we were out trick-or-treating. It fit him a little loose and he kept saying he couldn’t see. But he LOVED his big wings and they got lots of compliments. Everyone thought Adeline was a princess butterfly, which was fine by her. She would often say “trick-or-treat!” then shoot her arms up so people could see the wings attached to her sleeves. It was precious.
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