Amelia wanted to be Abby Cadabby but because of all the prior events that we attended, she decided that she wanted to be something different for trick-or-treating.
A sparkly, light-up princess dress with a crown, drop down earrings, a necklace and a white fur sweater was the end result. Rapunzel with a twist.
She got to get a little dolled up...we put makeup on her eyes, cheeks and lips, perfume on her wrists, hairspray in her curls and lotion on her hands and legs. She thought she was so grown-up!
Barrett also realized his love for suckers and candy! He walked around most of the night like the below picture...begging to get another sucker opened.
Nannie decided to pass out candy while we walked up and down the road to get some candy from all of our neighbors.
Most of our neighbors were out with their kids so they just put the candy bowl out on their porch and let the kids take the candy. I've never seen this before.
She loved passing out candy and seeing all the costumes. Every time someone would come and say how pretty Amelia was, she would hit her dress to activate the music/lights and give them an extra handful of candy. She was beaming!
We ended the night around 7:45pm--one kid was passed ready for bed and one was determined to eat all the candy in her Halloween bag. I'll let you decided which is which.