Halloween fell mid week this year, so we kept it simple and enjoyed a festive breakfast, an easy dinner with friends then a crazy hour of running around the neighborhood trick-or-treating.
thanks Nana for these super cute place settings
as if we needed more sugar...I saw these cute little dessert pudding cups on Pinterest and made them for the kids for after dinner.
Snow White was ready to head off!
Harry Potter wanted to rush off too, but was willing to humor me with a few pictures
I was very thankful this year that both kids were happy to wear outfits that we already had...I think Carter might be Harry Potter for the next five years! He has absolutely no desire to be anything else. Kennedy simply wanted to be a princess...easy peasy!
Carter carved his very own jack-o-lantern this year and was quite proud of it!
Our crew, all dressed up and reading to go
Kennedy, Emery, Brevin and Carter
It was so fun having the Pikes join us for trick-or-treating
Kennedy never lasts quite as long out trick-or-treating but always enjoys being at home to hand out candy. She was so cute and sweet watching out the window, waiting for kids.
all jammied up and ready to watch "The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown", our Halloween tradition.