My kids scored a Dracula Pez at the house on 19th Street this year. Yea!
Happy Halloween! I wanted to share some pictures with you of our wonderful night Trick-or-Treating in Heritage Hills, our Oklahoma City neighborhood.
Sullivan was a skunk, although he kind of looked like a black and white chicken. It was so fun trying to figure out how to make that costume. He picked it out and there were none available at any of the costume stores, so I had to make it. I used a white feather boa, black sweat pants, white felt and lots of hot glue.
Bridgette was a Kandy Korn Witch. It was totally store bought, but I think she should get to be what she wants to be!
Even my teenager, Juliette, dressed up. Shewas a kitty cat (meow). Her friend Nick and my mom joined us this year, which made it super awesome.
First we ate chili and then we went Trick-or-Treating. The kids made out like bandits. They brought home 140 pieces of candy to make us fat and give us cavities. And, some of it’s the good candy. Yea!
Bridgy also scored a Dracula Pez from our neighbors the next street over. I’m talking about these guys: