Our Halloween was pretty jam-packed this year. After church we grabbed a quick bite then went home to get Kerbi a nap. Around 4pm we headed over to the Moore's for appetizers. As usual we had way to much food, but it was delicious. The kids were anxious to hit the hood so we bundled Kerbi up and started trick-or-treating. After making it to a few houses in our neighborhood, we packed up the kids and headed to Mom and Dad's. Trager fell asleep on the way there and was out cold. He eventually woke up enough to get his treats and we made a quick trip to Grannie and Granpa's as well. Then, we loaded up the kids again and went to Dave and Kathy's for more goodies. On the way home we decided that next year we are going to stay home!! It's too much for the kids (okay, and us) to try and make all the rounds. So next year we will do a little trick-or-treating in our neighborhood then head home to hand out candy.
Preschool is full of new adventures. For all of us. Trager was in his first "parade", and I had my first "I can't believe I'm really holding two cameras while pushing Kerbi in the stroller all so I can capture my son walking around an old gym in a line". Really? But now I can blog about it. And Kyle was happy I did it.
We weren't sure how Trager would react to the parade. I mean, people staring at him isn't his favorite thing in life. But he did great!! Seriously, it was pretty precious seeing him walk around in his spiderman outfit. It was cute seeing how seriously he and his classmates were about parading in their costumes. They all did a great job!
Making Trager pose right before we headed out the door. This is definitely a fake smile. The picture I took before this shows his true feelings, but I'm not going to post it. =)