How are you recovering from Halloween? Our youngest four are slowly emerging from a candy coma as a result of last night’s neighborhood sugar feast. Thankfully Emily caught a few shots before they headed out to trick or treat. This wasn’t the whole crew, some of their friends weren’t ready yet.
What a fun night! The chicken and little Roo from Winnie the Pooh sure were candy magnets…:)
This was our first Halloween without our two oldest (they went to friend’s houses). Sadly something I will have to get used to, sigh.
All pictures taken by Emily Mulder. Be sure to check out her new blog, where she posts more beautiful pictures.
Three more weeks till Halloween!!! How did this happen so fast? This year I am hearing a lot of talk amongst my kids and their friends about “candy scoring costumes”. The conversation seems to have switched from “what do I want to be this year?” to “which costumes score the most candy?”. The general consent is not to dress up as Anna or Elsa, because there will be too many of those, which means less candy. Interesting logic…A lot of energy is spend on talking the youngest into wearing the chicken costume, because we know from experience that costume is way cute and gets LOTS of candy. 🙂
Here are some cute ones I have been pinning.
Here is my favorite! For those of you who were born in the 70’s, especially those from Germany, you know who this is…
Halloween is rapidly approaching and we are having lots of conversations about costumes at our house. Who is making their own costume, what do we already have on hand, what do we need to buy? While I can’t get into the creepy, scary, witchy part of Halloween, I love the costume part. Pinterest is a great source to find cute costumes. Take a look.
You can click on the pictures to get to the sources.
This country is so creative with their costumes…love it.
Hänsel and Gretel are probably my favorite ones. I have been entertaining the idea of doing a Grimm Brothers fairy tale theme some day…