Saturday, November 1, 2008

Halloween Fun

Halloween was a lot of fun this year. Charlie was a cowboy/sheriff. He has to be the cutest cowboy I've ever seen. Every time I looked at him I just had to smile.

Ethan was Spiderman and Lydia was a Sparkle Witch.

The kids and I went to Lydia's school for her party and went on the little parade around each classroom with her.

After school, the kids played school (very usual) and Lydia read Halloween stories to Ethan. At this time we also all practiced our best and scariest "whooo, whooo, whoooo!" for fun. Then we went to the trunk-or-treat at the church and after Mike took the older kids around a couple of blocks. One of which was Mikes freshman English teacher. At last we dumped out all our candy, traded what we didn't like (and bargained for what we really did) and finally ate our steak dinner quickly.

I was a butterfly... compliments of my 6 year-old daughter. I did however recieve many compliments on my beautiful wings from little girls. I think I'll go grab a candy... compliments of Charlie. : )


Patty said...

Kristi, I love your blog. Love the Halloween pictures. Charlie is so cute. He is about the same age as Brian right. Brian will be 15 months on Nov 4th. Have a great day.

Becca said...

Cute blog Krisi! The kids looked adorable for Halloween. Izzy and Noa still talk about Lydia. So cute, I'm glad everything is going well for you guys. :)

Becca said...

Sorry, that was a typo up above. I of course know that your name is spelled Kristi. :)

Lindsay said...

Hey Kristi! I'm glad to see you guys have a blog so we can keep up with you. Your kids have grown up and I'm glad to finally see pictures of your littlest, since we moved before he was born. Anyway, I sent you an invite to our blog.

Suzanne said...

Oh, I was hoping that we would be able to keep in touch. I am super glad you started a blog. Not that I am good at updating ours, but at least I can see what everyone else is up to. Sounds like you are settled and doing well. Did you guys buy a house? Update us moe on what your doing.