I shellacked his hair with tons of water, the strongest hair gel known to man, and hairspray and it still wanted to be a mohawk.
He does say, "BLAH BLAH BLAH," by the way. :)
I bought this Bride of Frankenstein costume for Bridget from Pottery Barn Kids on October 31, 2015. She's not the kind of kid to change her mind, and she's been looking forward to wearing the white dress and the WIG for a year. Bridget is so shy, but she LOVES dressing up. Everyone who saw her gushed about how awesome she looked, so her shoulders were up around her ears every time she went anywhere in her costume. :) At the Halloween piano recital Grandma and Grandpa Lee didn't even realize it was her for a minute! She played her song memorized like it was no big deal. Bridget is a big deal, though. :)
This is the house next door to the Lehi Free Press office. We passed it on our way back to the van after trick-or-treating on Main Street.
We did trick-or-treating at Daddy's work the Friday before Halloween.
Trick-or-treating on Main Street - we started at the Lehi Bakery.
Here they are at Pioneer Party. This one was in the paper, too. :)
Visiting Grandma and Grandpa for dinner and treats, never tricks. ;)
This is my favorite photo ever. Nate is trying to get a milk dud out of that little box with his Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle mask on. AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!
Now they're in character. That's my favorite thing about Halloween - the kids are so good at BECOMING whatever their costume is.