Sunday, November 2, 2008

Happy Halloween


Halloween was celebrated on Friday
with a nice and easy bit of Trick or Treating
for Princess and Peanut.
The girls played, dressed up, sang and danced,
practiced polite trick or treating on their Moms,
and when Farmer Dad got home from work, we all headed out for the real thing.
This is a bit of what it looked like in
our neighborhood.

























The last two pictures are special for Zilla.Princess was totally excited by the Obama pumpkin.
She specifically asked me to take pictures to share with her pal Zilla.
We walked the 6 or 7 blocks from our house to my Grandmother's house, and then my Sister
drove us home.The adults were tired, and it was dark.
She joined us all for pizza (made by me) and yummy chocolate chip cookies made by Peanut's Mom.
The girls colored, played some more and then everyone went home and we went to bed after watching one more scary movie together.It always amazes me how much candy is collected in the little bit of trick or treating we do. She had fun picking out which piece to eat first.
Saturday we did a bit of work around the house, and in the yard. I picked some tomatoes and we went over to my Grandmother's to celebrate my Goddaughter's 21st Birthday.Today will be spent hanging out at home
together. I hope you all had a wonderful weekend filled with happy moments too!

14 comments:

zilla said...

Beautiful!

I'm living vicariously. My kids had no interest this year :(

Well, Younger Eena seemed to like my Obam-o-lantern, but then she cracked wise and asked if I planned to pass out campaign buttons to trick-or-treaters.

Am I THAT bad??

Steph said...

Everything looks so festive! I love that Obama pumpkin! We had to dodge "Yes On 8" and "No On 8" signs the whole time we trick-or-treated... the battle rages on in California.

rae said...

The girls look adorable!

sarah p said...

I'm so glad she had fun :-) It looks like an action-packed evening.

Cher Mere said...

Looks very festive. I like their color coordinated costumes. :)

Kate in NJ said...

Thank you Gals, they were both Tinker Bell! P was planning on being an
Angel, but when Peanut showed up as Tink, she changed her mind. ;-)
I don't have one picture of P.from the front..hopefully Peanut's Mom
will send one to me. lol

Wendy Hawksley said...

Love the costumes!

And I want the Obama pumpkin. lol

SabrinaT said...

WOW, you have the perfect fall/Halloween neighborhood.

Naomi said...

I meant to send pics to you all day lol! I promise, if not tonight, first thing in the am

Tara said...

Princess looked adorable and I'm lovin' the Obama pumpkin :)

reprehriestless warillever said...

Looks like quite an evening.

Glad the girls had fun.

Jenny said...

What a fun Halloween! You're lucky to live in a neighborhood that still does door-to-door trick or treating. Everyone around here seems to attend "Fall Festivals" at local churches. LOVE the Obama pumpkin!

Gottfredsen said...

What a great halloween. It sounds like you all had so much fun. The girls looked so cute.

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