We were so excited to move in to our house on the Saturday before Halloween. We got to take Brooklyn to trunk or treat, do some slight decorations, and hand out candy. Next year we'll have to carve pumpkins. I think Brooklyn will love all the slimy insides! She's so interested in everything and I just imagine her curiosity will continue to grow as she does. She sure was a cute watermelon!
Derek was a watermelon farmer. He was excited to have another occasion to wear his $2.00 authentic cowboy boots from Anza.
These two are so cute together
When I took Brooklyn to Costco to pick out her costume she was so excited about this pink getup. Whenever I take it out she grabs it from me. It's made of fleece so I think she thinks it's a blanket. Who knows? That's just my guess.
Here they are walking from car to car at Trunk-or-Treat. Derek told everyone she could only have a piece of candy if she picked it up out of the bowl herself. ha She was a little shy at times but loved chomping on those candy wrappers.
Speaking of chomping on things...
With some of her buddies at Trunk-or-Treat
Some of our friends here in Texas. They all have kids around Brooklyn's age so it's a lot of fun.
On Halloween we had a picnic in our backyard. It was a perfect day to play outside. She loved it just as much as she loves taco soup and cornbread. That night I worked on a design project, Brooklyn slept, and Derek went to see Enders Game. I met one of the neighbors.
Now I know this isn't a picture of Brooklyn but I just had to share. My sister-in-law is so talented and made these costumes for her kids. Addie and Bennett are just adorable. Too bad the three kiddos couldn't spend Halloween together. I just love my little Addie and Bennett.
Hope you all had a wonderful Halloween and enjoyed the festivities!