Friday, October 31, 2008

Where are my children and how did Hannah Montana, Super Why, and this Cuddly Little Elephant get here?

Our first "candy pitstop" was GSL where Daddy had
a bowl-full of goodies waiting for his favorite costumed kids!
Co-workers Lance & Bob had some tasty treats as well. THANKS!
Then we picked up some warm and saucy pizza from Pier 49 Pizza (mmm...)
and joined Grandma and Grandpa B. for dinner.
We had some fun conversations
with them--they can be so funny sometimes!
It was a blast. By the time we'd finished eating,
it was almost 6:00 so we figured we'd better head on home
so our neighbors wouldn't feel neglected.
When we got home, who showed up a few minutes later?
Grandpa John & Grandma Dixie!
They came to a few houses with us before saying their goodbyes.
As a whole, our Halloween candy-hunting night
proved to be very "lucrative".
Or shall I say a "sweet success"???
After only a couple houses, poor Carson
was ready to ride his way through the neighborhood.
(Thanks, Ash, for loaning us this adorable elephant costume!
Carson was unforgettable in it!
My favorite part was the back--it made his bottom so wide.
And check out that "butt-crack"! It was a hoot and got
a good-natured chuckle from everyone
who watched him waddle down the street!
I hope Jace enjoyed the lion costume
and I can't wait to see pictures.
It was great to swap!)


Mandy said...

Okay, cutest costumes! Looks like you guys had a fun day!

The Bennetts said...

Love the costumes. We visited dad at work as well. My kids kept saying, "this is where daddy goes every day!" Hope you had a spooky Halloween.

Wonderland Pearls & Purses said...

Ok I can't pick a favorite because they're all hilarious and or darling. But I love that Wyatt loves Super Why. Also a 6-year-old Hannah Montana just makes me laugh. Where did you get that darling elephant?? It is soooo cute!!!

Hope said...

I can't take credit for the wide-bottomed elephant costume. That was all courtesy of Ashlee. THANKS ASH!

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