Monday, October 31, 2011

I Love Halloween!

It's Halloween!  And my kids aren't the only ones exploding with excitement.  I love Halloween and everything that has to do with Halloween.  Dress up?  Awesome.  Candy?  Yes, please.  Parties?  Always.  Scary Stories?  Oh yeah. 

Last week the kids' school threw a Halloween party and we all got to try out our costumes. 

We had a great time and liked our costumes, but I think we are all gonna try something else for trick or treating tonight.  We'll see what happens. 
Hope you all have a Happy Halloween!

And if you want to treat yourself to some scary stories you can read my stalker story here.  I also have some personal ghost stories here, here, and here.





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9 comments:

Carol said...

Oh My!! Absolutely adorable, Kat!! I know you'll enjoy it to the fullest~

xoxoxoxoxoxo

Carol

~Mendie~ said...

Cute outfits! Happy Halloween!

(stopping by from Miss Elaine-ous Monday)

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

You guys look so cute together.

Elaine A. said...

Look at you all - so cute! Can't wait to see what you all choose tonight. It's fun to have options. ;) Happy Halloween, my friend!!

My 2 Pesos said...

Happy Halloween!

Tonya said...

You are so cute. I haven't dressed up for Halloween in years!

Mom24 said...

So much fun! Great job! I hate Halloween. Too much pressure to come up with a costume they wear one night for an hour...too much money too. I'll try to borrow some of your enthusiasm.

Robyn said...

You all look great. I wish I would have dressed up.

Krystyn said...

Look how good you all look!

I wore a pumpkin shirt this year:)

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