With all the excitement over the election and the things I was involved with in the preceding days, Halloween was almost overlooked!
We did have a lovely time with the kids. Ada spent the day with us, then Grandpa got her dressed in her costume and we took her trick-or-treating to the neighbor's house before her mom picked her up for the evening.
She was a cowgirl, replete with the cute outfit Jim got for her when we were in Taos last Spring. She had also worn this to the rodeo in May, so it was really special that she got to wear it again before she outgrows it - and it's close! Her "horse" was made by her mom's grandfather, and her mom and Uncle David played with it when they were kids. I do love those memorable things that are passed on through the generations!
She's just so darned cute, and her Grandpa is so proud of her.
We had a "shift change" that evening after Ada went with her mom and dad and Addison came to spend the night with us.
I picked him up at home after he had been with his parents and Grandma to a party and brief trick-or-treating. Here, he shares a candy bar with his Grandma. (Both of his grandmothers were dressed as witches, poor boy!)
Addison was dressed as Winnie the Pooh, and was just as cute as he could be! His mom even painted his nose so when his hood was off, he was still a willy-nilly-silly old Bear!
After I brought him to our house, we made the rounds of a few of the neighbors where he added to his "stash."
So even though the post is late, the Halloween memories are good, and still vivid in minds and hearts!