Our last year celebrating Halloween and trick-or-treating with just two little ones went really well.
Summer had her class Halloween party at the end of the day and Camryn and I went in to help. Her table decorated a pumpkin and it won for the “Happiest”.
After the party, we came home and waited for Joe to get off of work. We have a really good neighborhood for trick-or-treating, but I wasn’t sure up until a few days ago if Joe was going to be off work in the evening or not, so I had already made plans to go to my aunt’s house. He ended up getting off in time, which I’m really thankful for. He hasn’t missed a Halloween yet!
After Joe got home, we gathered up our two Fancy Nancies and went to see my Dad. My mom was meeting us at my aunt’s house, but my dad wasn’t feeling well.
He gave them their treat bags and then we let them trick-or-treat at the neighbors’ houses.
The same people have lived on either side of my parents’ house since we moved in when I was 4. They’re so nice, it’s a blessing to have good neighbors!
Then we headed to my aunt's house and it was a whirlwind of chili, trick-or-treating, and candy.
I didn’t know if I would make it all the way around the neighborhood, but I did!
Summer’s homework assignment was to put her candy in groups of ten and count it.
Apparently, Jace loves Kit Kats like his mommy.
It was a really great day. I hope you all had a wonderful Halloween, too!