Trick or treat

27 Oct

Halloween is such a lame, yet memorable celebration. Every year is full of memories that are easy to recall. I am certain even you can remember many of your costumes as a kid. Not only is it a conflicted holiday because there isn’t a meaningful purpose, it is also a holiday that supports something I don’t agree with, junk food! I am certain I would be blown away at the amount of money that is spent on candy for this holiday.
None the less we have cute pictures, fun memories, and loads of excess sugar. Our house was full of excitement as the cousins gathered for trick or treat. I was proud of how our girls costumes came together. They were tuckered out and ready for bed! Now it’s time for candy patrol.



5 Responses to “Trick or treat”

  1. Tina Wilson October 28, 2012 at 4:31 pm #

    What an awesome bunch! Glad you made it to the Wilson’s !

  2. Aunt Sue October 28, 2012 at 8:58 pm #

    fabulous memories of cousin time. Costumes aren’t quite as ‘special’ as the choir robes you kids would wear to Christmas carol at Grandma’s but nice try!!!!! just kidding – love ALL the looks!

  3. Chelsea October 28, 2012 at 9:27 pm #

    You have to have some days splurge! Halloween is just one of them! ;) The girls look adorable! I hope everything is going well! Miss and love you!

  4. Kendall October 28, 2012 at 9:53 pm #

    What cuties!

  5. margie stoller October 29, 2012 at 12:24 am #

    Did Renee ever tell you about the good fairy? She comes the night of Halloween and turns the candy into something that is good for you! (i.e. a toy)
    She doesn’t go to every house though, just the ones where the moms and dads are concerned about sugar intake. It worked for me… :-)

    Love to you Allie and to your family

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