Last week, I took DD and met up with some of my friends and their kids at the local pumpkin patch for a playdate. Here's a photo of the girls holding hands to go to the pumpin patch. So cute! DD feeding the pigs.
That's a lot of pumpkins.
The kids went on a bunch of rides, they had a blast.
This was the best group photo we could get (of the older kids). The babies were in their strollers.
It was so hot that I got DD a snow cone on our way home.
Last Friday. DD's preschool had a Halloween Parade. The parents got to see their kids dressed up for the day.
DD was the Litte Red Riding Hood.
The night before Halloween, DH and I took DD to the pumpkin patch again. After moving and unpacking all day, we decided to take DD to the pumpkin patch as a reward for her because she behaved so well all day long.
Halloween night! While I unpacked some boxes, DH helped DD craved her pumpkin. DD's attention span was only about 2 minutes long. She was so excited about going trick treating that she did not care much about the pumpkin carving. Woohooo! First Halloween in our new house.
Since we were walking around the neighbor for trick treating, we left a bucket of candy by the front door for the kids.
DD going to our neighbor Lynnda's house. By the way, we LOVE our neighbors. They are all so nice. Last week, Lynnda stopped by our house with a plate of Halloween cookies to welcome us to the neighborhood. She also drew a map of all of the house around us with everyone's names and phone numbers on it. How sweet is that!
Daddy helping DD up and down the stairs and walkways.
DD got tired pretty quickly. About 20 minutes into trick treating she announced that she had enough candy and it was time to go home. She decided that she did not want to wear her costume anymore and asked her daddy to carry it for her. Here's my silly husband with it over his head. ROLF!