I’m still in the glorious years of choosing their costumes without any pushback and I’m living it up while I can. I love making their costumes myself because I take any excuse I can to get crafty. I just love these pictures of my precious duo. Emmy was thrilled to be wearing Norah’s beautiful flower girl dress but wasn’t too sure about having brown hair for the night. I had to assure her it would wash right out. It was so strange seeing her as a brunette for the evening! 🙂I found a plain red hoody and some black pajama pants in Tucker’s closet and transformed them using buttons, ribbon, hot glue, silk, felt, and some tassels. I grabbed some white tool and hot glued it into a cheap little tiara and found a bouquet of fake flowers for my Kate Middleton.
We had a blast meeting the kids’ cousin, Georgia, for some trick or treating. Auntie Chelsea had her all dressed up as the cutest toasted marshmallow complete with a bonfire wagon and all. The kids could hardly wait to run the sidewalks to collect their loot. Tucker was in awe of the whole process, wide-eyed staring at all the kids and doggies wandering their busy neighborhood.
Tucker was so sweet, wanting to pull Georgia the whole way. Someone even asked us if she was supposed to be Pippa!? haha!
Tucker would just dive into each candy basket and dump several into his own bucket. No reason to be shy when it comes to candy! 🙂 We kept having to remind him to let the neighbors put one in his basket for him.
It was such a great night with the family and one I’ll treasure forever. The kids were at such great age and so much fun to watch this year. I think their favorite part was just sitting out on the driveway by the fire passing out candy as it got dark. Em loved seeing all the costumes and choosing candy for each person. Tucker just kept working on his sneaky candy opening skills. 🙂