This is the year it is clicking. The year where she is starting to understand cause and effect. This is the year she finally said "Trick or Treat" and meant it.
Okay, she finally said it at the end of the night, actually--before then, she was amazed at the whole process of going up there and getting FREE CANDY!! Mostly she said "Thank you" and "Good Bye" to the nice people.
We went Trick or Treating with some friends in New Hampshire, and Michael and their two little girls blitzed through houses, while we kept watch of Willow.
Her reaction at one of the first houses (you can see Michael as General Grievous and one of our friend's girls as Glinda the Good Witch as they leave the house):
The kids had fun, got lots of candy, enjoyed a really good haunted house, and finally konked out at about 9:30 p.m. Not bad for a Halloween!
Here are some random photos (some taken by Michael) of this Halloween:
One of our favorite Halloween books. (This was taken by Michael--glad to know he likes it!)
I colored my hair for the night.
Michael just before we went out (before getting into his costume).
Our window gels.
I also painted my finger nails black--which meant Willow wanted hers painted too.
Willow's costume being ready to go.
Sunday, October 31, 2010
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