Henry started his Halloween morning with a spooky face! He is so silly and was so excited to get to school and see all his friends. He made pumpkin art and a pumpkin book while celebrating orange and black day with his little buddies at his school.
After school he was ready to get out to the truck. He loves Daddy’s truck. In fact, he is slightly obsessed with the truck. I have a little video I will load this week of him having a fit to get in the truck. So strange. We went to Sonic for 50 cent corn dogs before trick or treating. He was happy to get a ride in the truck and we were happy to eat some cheap corn dogs…it is the simple things!
After a little stop in another neighborhood close by to visit a friend and my boss, we headed home to get our trick or treat on in a serious way! The duck went in his wagon and off we went.
We went from house to house in style…I tell ya! We all had such a fun time. I told Randall it was the most fun Halloween I have had since I was a child.
Ms. Norenda’s house is always a fun stop. Her porch is decorated for every holiday and Halloween is great fun with the pumpkins talking and howling. Henry just walked right up, knocked and yelled “trick or treat”. They loved our duck and filled his bucket up with all sorts of goodies. A fun fact….Ms. Norenda drives the only pink Cadillac in our town. She IS Mary Kay! We love her.
Our next stop was at Ms. Lindi’s house. Henry loved her house, her pumpkins, her candy and her sweet boy, Hayden.
Hayden and Henry. Our street could be in trouble…just sayin! The cutest hunter and duck, ever. Henry walked up to Hayden’s rocking chair and climbed up there with him, while sucking on his sucker the whole time. It was so sweet.
We stopped at Mr. Jim & Mrs. Sheila’s and saw their teenage son, Hunter. They live directly next to us and Henry LOVES them…they are great. I failed to get a photo of that stop. We went to a few other houses on our street and had a fun time with our duck. He got lots of yummy candy and smiled all night in his costume. We then got to come home and pass out our candy to a few little friends. Precious memories were made and none of them were scary, pertained to death, goblins, ghosts or the devil. Halloween really isn’t bad. It is what YOU make of it. We made it a ducky good time!
As soon we got “trick or treat” down pat we now have to start on “gobble, gobble!”