We're ready for Trick or Treats although I hope we just get treats!
Can I get some candy please?
Halloween is one of my favorite holidays and what better way to spend it than making some new dresses for my dollies to get in the halloween spirit!
BTW: The witch's dress on the end wasn't made by me it came from the My Twinn Co.
Our 11 year old daughter decided this year that she was too old to go trick or treating and that she wanted to stay home and pass out candy instead. Well she had such a good time doing it that she has decided she wants to do that every year. I must admit my husband was a bit dismayed by it, but I was pretty optimistic about either way was fine with me since if she missed out on it this year she might decide that she wanted to go next year and if she decided she liked it, well then we would just start a new tradition and all sit around and watch some not too scary movies after the trick or treating ended which was about 9pm for us, after going through 15 bags of candy and still pulling some out of the bowl that I had saved just for us, after all we needed some candy too! The only thing Megan requested was to be able to dress up next year so that she can put on a better act for the kids coming up to get their treats. But she had a blast! We had a table set up with a light up pumpkin and a smoking cauldron and Megan played the part of a witch making her brew for the kiddies. It was really cute although she did accidentally make one little girl cry she felt so bad about it that she gave her 3 extra pieces of candy. LOL! The only time she took a break was when I got our dinner of yaki soba and gyoza on the table, then she let Daddy take over until she was done and then she took right back over. Since this was our first year here We're really looking forward to Halloween next year since I was able to pick up some witch's brew bottles to go with the cauldron display next year from Michael's on sale! Yea I love after holiday sales!