We have feasted on spider cookies. Aren't they so fun? The kids loved them . . . and I had fun making them!
We got dressed up in our costumes and headed out for our 4th annual Neighborhood Halloween Parade (even with the snow). So much fun! I love seeing all of the costumes.
the beautiful ballerina
Sophie's costume morphed a little for the parade. Instead of ballet shoes, she chose snow boots and instead of wearing a coat to stay warm, she wore Ruby's Baby Legs on her arms. It was quite the combination! She did eventually wear her jacket after freezing and seeing everyone else in jackets.
the adorable flower
and the spooky dragon ... not to be confused with a dinosaur!
We carved pumpkins ... which turned into Mom and Dad carving pumpkins. Well, really it was just Dad carving the pumpkins! But the kids were thrilled with the end result. Sophie wanted Ariel carved into her pumpkin and Collin wanted a skeleton. Logan did a great job!
We did get Sophie to help take a few seeds out of her pumpkin. Collin freaked when he got any pumpkin guts on him.
Giving me their best BOO faces
We sang this song
Round and Fat
Turn into a Jack 0 Lantern
Just Like That!
We even roasted pumpkin seeds for the first time. Pretty Yummy! But I am not really sure if it is worth separating the seeds from the guts! I must be lazy!
Tonight ... mummy pizzas, trick-or-treating, and eating way too much candy!