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This was the first year we actually went trick-or-treating with our kids, as they are 2 and 3. Sawyer went as Dash Incredible (The Incredibles), Charlotte went as some version of Poppy (Trolls), I went as Mr. Incredible (bonus costume to follow) and my wife went as herself, “mommy”, AKA my beautiful wife. Daddy gets to be silly and eat chocolate all night while mommy makes sure the kids don’t get sick eating too much candy and still take a bath before bed. Some of you can relate!
We rode through our neighborhood on the golf cart, going door to door, while I secretly hoped the kids would get the Halloween edition of the pumpkin Reese’s at each stop. I have no idea why they are so much better than the normal version, but I can eat my weight in them. Nonetheless, Sawyer would do most of the talking when someone actually answered the doorbell, but if candy was left unattended, Charlotte felt as though all the pieces were there especially for her. After filling both of their baskets with candy, Sawyer finally insisted we go home “to eat it all”. We still haven’t eaten it all, but I certainly gave it my best effort. Below are random pictures and a short video from our various Halloween adventures and parties.
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