First thing in the morning:
After I got the braids in:
The boys & I went to the parade at school, but the rain descended, and all the kids went back into their rooms and the boys and I ran home.
Girls assembling bags--Chick tracts & candy!
Ready to go trick-or-treating! I put knit hats on the boys to see if that would help keep their other hats in place, and it did.
Trick-or-treating went so well this year since Blake & Seth were a year older. They had the routine down! And were able to walk a lot farther. I had chicken pot pie in the oven, so we wet t-or-t for awhile and then had a late dinner, worked out well. Then put the boys to bed and the girls and I went out a little bit longer, then they hit the sack. The girls helped pass out candy during dinner which ended up being the peak time around 7:30, that worked out well!
The funniest thing of the night was this older woman trying to figure out what the boys were. She's like, "Osh Kosh.............. red & green hats................."; I pondered on that and figured it made sense. Unless she had a grandkid that was into Mario she wouldn't have any idea.
Their costumes were cheap! Already had the overalls & red shirt; the hats I bought as a set off of Amazon for ten bucks, and then found a cheap green shirt. Done!
I would say Elsa was the reigning champ for most costumes I saw today, at school and out t-or-ting. Anna coming in second.