Hudson had run fever most of the weekend, so he wasn't quite 100% while we were out & about, but he enjoyed trick-or-treating nonetheless. He was very excited about being a police officer, and wants to play that all the time with his brother now. (I think it's something about boys & "weapons" - ha!) He was very funny about going to some houses... He wanted to trick-or-treat in different places, but, at the same time, he said we couldn't go to this house or that house because we didn't know those people. (I guess it's good that he's taking at least some of what he's told to heart :) I assured him that since Mommy & Daddy were with him that it was OK, and we'd check all our candy before we ate any of it. (What a cautious little man... I hope he'll always ere on the side of caution, listen to his instincts, and watch out for his brother & sister, too.) Hudson's favorite part was getting to use his flashlight when it started getting dark.
Cade was just full-speed, straight ahead, 100% GO!
He was the first one to the door, and would stare in the door to watch for someone coming! ha! (We had to tell him to back up so they could open the door and he could say "trick-or-treat!") Cade really liked being a policeman, too, and using his flashlight later in the evening. He enjoyed passing out candy at home with his brother, too. He would look out the door and say, "I think we got s'more folks comin'!" (silly fellow!)
Callie was our sweet, little Tinkerbell.
She only played with the feather clip in her hair some, and she didn't pull her wings off any on Halloween! (She got a hold of them a time or two the weekend before at the costume party :) At 13 months, she really just wanted to play with the candy packages - shake & crinkle them - in her bucket, and she was a happy girl!