Trick OR Treat!

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I know the suspense has been killing you all waiting to see these two adorable little guys on Halloween.  Well, wait no longer….

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They both had a blast trick or treating this year.  Ryan was a hoot.  Seriously.  He would run full speed ahead to the door and ring the doorbell before the other kids were even to the front step.  He would shout “trick or treat!” and then would follow up quickly with “thank you” and then would turn to mommy and say “What is the other one I say?”  to which I would respond “Happy Halloween” and he would turn back to the owner of the house and say “Oh yah!  Happy Halloween!  Bye!”

He cracked me up.

And he certainly couldn’t be bothered with running back down the driveaway only to have to run back up the next driveway.  So he’d cut through the flower beds. And his friends would follow.

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Sorry neighbors.  If you have smooshed flowers I’m pretty sure it was my son.

We started out our evening with a few neighbors and friends and ended up in a large group of trick or treaters.  At one point between two groups, I bet there were 40+ people walking.  It was a blast.

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The neighborhood did such an awesome job with all the decor. It was great.

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We had lions, witches, fairies, Minnie Mouse and numerous others.

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And after a fun evening of collecting candy, it was actually Ryan who requested we head home. He said his feet were hurting and his pumpkin was getting too heavy to carry; it had too much candy in it. And he requested that we just go straight home. Mommy and daddy agreed.

He was so tired that he even requested daddy carry him.

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Comments

  1. So cute! Looks like y’all had a great time.

    • Typical Suburban Family says:

      Thanks Sarah! We did have a good time and the weather was great. Plus the boys were in great moods so we couldn’t ask for much more. Right?!

  2. SO CUTE!!

    ps. Where do you live? I want to move in to your neighborhood (it’s gorgeous!) and I thought I saw a for sale sign in one of the pics. If it’s south of MA – I am only 10% kidding!!!

    • Typical Suburban Family says:

      Isn’t it great?! We love our ‘hood! It’s so active and social and most people have either kids or dogs so it’s a ton of fun. There are a few for sale and we are definitely south of MA. Come on down to ATL!

  3. That is so awesome that you have a neighborhood like that. We live out in the country and have to drive 20 minutes to get to a neighborhood lol. But we had fun too. Love the costumes and the decorations are awesome.

    • Typical Suburban Family says:

      We have a very active and social neighborhood. It’s great! I was one of our major requirements when house shopping 4+ years ago. And we love it!!!

  4. Looks like they had a great time! Oh the fun of dressing up and not having to have your winter coat underneath with hats and mittens! LOL! I loved your photo of the neighborhood. I wish I’d thought of that.. There were some houses on Hammond Ave who had over 500 kids this year!

  5. Oh how cute and it looks like everyone had fun! What was your costume? I see Jim’s….

    • Typical Suburban Family says:

      My costume was supposed to be the doctor scrubs. However, when we received it in the mail it was so big that I couldn’t wear it. It barely fit Jim it was so large. Who would have thought huh?! Ryan wanted me to dress like a princess and I wanted to wear my wedding dress, but neither happened. After giving birth to two kids I was afraid the wedding dress wouldn’t fit and I didn’t want to disappoint myself 🙂

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