A Treat on a Tricky Day.

Halloween Tree

Happy Halloween Everyone!

Getting ready for the surge of witches and goblins and to take my own of the Gaggle out to trick-or-treat.  Looks like it may just be the 7yo and almost 5yo this year but the jury is still out on the 18yo. They are dressing as Scooby Doo and a Snowman respectively and my 18yo, well like I said, not sure yet.  If I had money to put on it I would say she will come up with something at the last-minute because I don’t really see her missing out on one of her favorite things, or her Snickers.  I am just really hoping none of the little kids this year have decided to be an Angry Bird, or one of the Pigs with the helmet.  But I can say that if there are any birds then at least I hope they get the eyebrows on properly.  That is what makes the difference between a regular bird and an Angry Bird for sure.

My almost 5yo has decided to say instead of the traditional trick-or-treat.

Trick or Treat, smell my feet and I don’t care if you don’t!

followed of course by the proper thanks yous and all.  I just thought, in the spirit of the day, I would leave you with that treat.  🙂

The Scooby-Doo Show

Image via Wikipedia

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2 responses to “A Treat on a Tricky Day.

  1. So cute and adorable! Hope you had a great Halloween and they all got lots of candy including your 18 yo!

    I wish they would have had blogging when my kids were little, what a great record it would have been.

    • Oodles and oodles. It will probably last until Christmas lol. My 18yo managed to squirrel away plenty of snickers….in my purse lol. She is lucky I gave them back. I think the blogging as a record of the kids occured to me when I was writing about my almost 5 yo and his fudgesicle. I realized that had it not been for me writing about him that morning that, like so many other moments from the other kids would have been lost… I always thought when my oldest kids were little that the cute things they said in did would always stay with me. Sadly I have learned the hard way, that our memories are not infallible. Hope you had a great Halloween too!
      Peace 🙂

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