Wednesday, November 3, 2010


While Halloween is certainly NOT my favorite holiday (if you can even call it that), I have promised myself to never be one of those parents that refuses to acknowledge it at all.
I know there are people out there who actually practice witchcraft and celebrate Halloween in that way, but for most of us, it's just a fun night out with the kids in costumes, eating way too much candy.
This year Brady had a school Halloween party on Friday, then we all went over to the middle school for some indoor trick or treating at night. On Sunday, we headed up to Blaine to see Auntie Laura and Uncle Jason, Grandma and Grandpa, and then went trick or treating with cousins Morgan, Dylan, and Raegan.
We are all sharing the candy that has been collected together, eating just a small amount each day (or at least trying to eat only that much).
Here are some of our pictures.

Marshall dressed as Frankenstein.

Trick or Treating at the Middle School.

Tigger Logan, Pirate Raegan, and Cuddyer Brady.

Ready to head out!
Getting some candy :).
Now, let's get on with the real holidays!! I can't wait for Thanksgiving and Christmas!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Looks like they had a blast!!

And I agree....on with the holidays that have meaning!! True meaning!