We had a great Halloween even though it was an icky Monday night and it poured rain for the actual event. Emily went trunk or treating at church on Saturday night so she had already met her candy quota for the holiday. She is so my child and she is so going to be a hoarder one day. She's not bad about sneaking candy. She just wants it near her. She will take her candy out of her bucket just to look at it and count it. I used to do the same thing as a kid. Is hoarding genetic?! Emily was a cat (I made her tutu but every other part of the costume was store bought) and Lindsay was a mouse in a block of cheese. And what a cute mouse she was!!! I was pretty proud of the way the block of cheese turned out. I also learned that a hot glue gun is alot easier than trying to learn how to sew at the same time you are trying to make a Halloween costume.
|The trick-or-treating crew|
We made ghost pizza on the Sunday before Halloween. It looked really cool before it was baked, but when it came out of the oven, it just looked like regular pizza. Maybe next year I will add the ghosts on top after it has baked.
Of course I had to do Halloween gifts for all of Emily's classmates. I can't remember where I saw this idea. Probably Pinterest.com :). Her classmates got the sucker with a note from Emily and the teachers got the same but with an extra bag of candy. When I picked her up from school that day, Ms. Debra said she was destined to be a hostess (again, she is definitely my child!). Emily would jump up from whatever she was doing and run to the closet that held her treats and present one to each child as they were leaving. She was very concerned that Ms. Debra would take over her duties with the three children that were still there!