Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Happy Halloween!

I think we are just going to end up skipping the last few months and get back to posting.  I have a few blogs that just need pictures about our camping trip in  July, and I might try to write up a post about Oregon, but other than that, we don't have very many exciting stories.  So, Happy Halloween!

Noah choose to dress up as Super Grover!  He picked it about a month ago and has been super excited for Halloween to get here.  He wasn't super excited about wearing his costume, but he wore it at daycare for their Halloween parade and party and he wore it Trick or Treating.  I am not sure how he picked Super Grover, we have not even watched Sesame Street in months, but he was Super Cute!

He and his whole class had a parade in the parking lot and a pumpkin painting party afterwards.  I joined his class for the parade and he said thank you for coming about four times.  We enjoyed some Halloween stories and then were off for the parade.  Here are few pictures from before the parade and then the class getting ready and then the cold trip around the parking lot!  All the kids were so cute!

We also got to go to Mikey's work and Trick or Treat around his new office.  Noah has asked where Daddy works and were his desk is, so it was fun to be able to show him where Daddy goes when we say he is at work.  He had a great time wandering around with a few other kids and got a gob of candy.  

The next day was Halloween, and we had some friends come over for dinner so that their daughter could come Trick or Treating with Noah.  We only went to about five houses, but they really got it figured out at the third house and were very ready to dig into the candy bowl to get their treats.  Noah was good at saying Trick or Treat, but was so distracted by candy he had to be reminded to say Thank You.  After the last house he asked to go to more houses, but he had already received plenty of candy that we were okay with calling that a great first Trick or Treating adventure.  As soon as we got back into the house he was ready to take his costume off and start eating candy!  It was a really fun night.  We had a lot of Trick or Treaters and went through a huge bag of candy.

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