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Monday, November 1, 2010



The Cat In The Hat, Thing 1 and Thing 2!

I was THAT mom this year and didn't let my kids pick their outfits. I had it in my head that I wanted a theme between the 3 of them and thought Cat In The Hat was perfect for my littles. The girls protested at first until they saw the awesome tutu skirts I made them. Once those were complete they couldn't wait to dress up as Thing 1 and Thing 2.

Thing 1!

Thing 2!

The Cat In The Hat!

Bryce was not down with having his face painted, but once he figured out it didn't hurt he was ok. He was protesting the hat until Bryan got the actual book out and showed him pictures of The Cat In The Hat. Seeing the book helped and Bryce was a willing participant after that.

We headed over to cousins Mark, Missy and Ethan for some trick-or-treating. There was a huge group of us there, but we didn't get a group shot. We headed out on the candy hunt, along with the Mullinax family a little earlier than the rest of the group because of Bryce's evening routine and early morning wake up call for Sydney's school.

Cousin Ethan...he picked out his own costume! ;)

(Max dressed as Thomas!)

The kids had a blast running from house to house. Bryce caught on really quick to the whole trick or treating thing once he realized each time he went to a door he got CANDY!!

Bryce wasn't sure about this guy so he stomped on him. It was pretty funny.

Three kids equal an obnoxious amount of candy. I'll be sorting through it this afternoon, secretly getting rid of the candy I would rather the kiddos not eat. Of course I will pull out all the Almond Joys for myself. ;)

Hope everyone had a fun Halloween. I am enjoying all the pictures being posted!!


Gemma said...

Loving the pictures!

If it wasn't for your two girls being different in height i'd struggle telling them apart! They are both so beautifully similar.

Loving bryce's costume he looks adorable. Send us some candy!! :D


MHughes said...

We love the Cat in the Hat!! All you needed was a "thingamagigger!" Ha!