I hope that everyone enjoyed their Halloween. This morning we visited our friends A and R to go and see their little swaddlepotimus. What a little cutie. We had a nice visit and look forward to seeing them again soon.
Tonight was Halloween and Eva was more than ready to get going. She knew that she was going to be Tinkerbell (thanks to Dina Riccobono). She had already gotten a taste of dressing up this past Monday when she went to Madonna Manor to visit the residents in her costume. Eva said, “Trick or Treat” all throughout the day. She also was fond of telling people that she would be Tinkerbell tonight. Eva was ready, more than ready for Halloween.
Tonight Eva got dressed in her Tinkerbell costume. We put all of our candy into a wooden bowl and went out to the front steps to greet the little ghosts and goblins. We were visited by our friends Marybeth and Damian along with their little Mickey. We sat Mickey and Tink on the front steps and tried to catch a few shots of the two of them.
I had to shoot quick because Mickey is one fast kid. Then Eva and he ran all over the front yard and had a great time.
My sister Tara came out with us as well. She watched the fort while Allison, Eva and I took a quick walk around the neighborhood. We only hit about 5 houses up and down the street, families that we have known for a long time and even our church priest. There were many houses that were not participating this year and we had low numbers of Trick or Treaters.
It was a nice night and Eva enjoyed giving out the candy even more than going from house to house trick or trating for it. She gave out the candy to the kids and told them Happy Halloween and Trick or Treat. It was a very nice family night for us too. Tara took a photo of us on the front porch before we turned in for the night.
Also I took a bunch of Tinkerbell for Halloween photos and posted them to Flickr.
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