With all the preparations for today my kids were excited all day.
Lily and Cati were in their costumes all day. Visiting teaching, Costco, Smith's, and post office. All the while dressed in their costumes.
So after I dropped off Mason and Hailey to their other dad's my girls and I came home to eat dinner.
I never seen them eat so fast. Dinner was simply potato stew but still. They ate so fast I had to find reasons to stall to at least 6pm.
After that I gave in and we started trick-or-treating.
At 6pm most families are sitting down for dinner or just getting home from work. So perfect timing for 2 little girls to be knocking.
The families in these houses know us so they had special gluten free regular size candy for Cati. As she walked away I heard her tell herself, "Yes!" So cute.
Even though this night is mostly for kids I couldn't pass up this pumpkin display. Last year we stumbled onto the most amazing pumpkin carving display EVER!
I am not one to walk to trail at night. But I prayed about it and felt I needed to. So we did! The entire time Lily kept saying, "I can't see anything in front of me. ", "It's too spooky", and "It's too dark."
Meanwhile I'm trying to convince her that we'll be safe and point to our porch light. But in my mind I thinking about goblins, monsters, zombies, etc. I laugh now but last night I was spooking myself silly.
Any who after getting home, changing into jammies, and unloading their candy I was amaze. These girls hit the jackpot!