November 15, 2015
Halloween Times 5
A few nights later Blaiden's preschool had a "trunk-or-treat" activity. Blaiden loved showing off his costume and seeing all of his teachers. He was going to be Batman but was afarid that no one would be able to see him since it was night time and the costume was black. Adilene was so excited to just be walking around in the parking lot that she didn't even get any candy.
Finally on Saturday it was actually trick-or-treating in our neighborhood. By this time getting into costumes was not that exciting and the kids did not even really want to go. I knew that once Blaiden started seeing kids he would want to dress up again. Adilene woke up from her nap with a fever so I knew she wasn't going to enjoy it much. We all sat outside and passed out candy for a little while. Once Blaiden saw a few different superhero's he wanted to get dressed up and go around to the other houses. We left our candy on the front steps and started down the street. Adilene and I only made it to a few houses but Fred and Blaiden went on without us. Blaiden's favorite part is to pass out the candy so when he got back he stayed out there alone (because "I can handle it mom").
The last party was an adult party that one of the doctors around here throws every year. Each year there is a theme and this year was TV sitcoms. The original idea was that we were going to by "That 70's Show" and Larry and Tonja were going to come with us. I couldn't find a sitter, I was just going to stay home with the kids. Then they offered to watch the kids so Fred and I could go to the party. So Saturday we rushed around with the new idea of the Simpsons. We had a great time and if there was a costume contest I think we would have won! You can't see it well in the pictures but our entire bodies were painted yellow!