When you have friends that love Halloween as much as the Fantastic Foxes, it becomes a day worth getting excited about. How awesome are those costumes??? Sara’s mom made it all, starting with a batman mask as the base to the face. Then she sewed the dress and mailed it up to NY. Seriously…that’s what I want to be doing when I’m retired. 🙂
Tanya put some frosting on her face to go with her clown hair. Grace called her “Dirty Tanya” all night! I threw on a blue wig and zebra hat right before heading out the door, and the kids called me a model. Love that!
Grace was determined to walk (even though Aunt Sara forgot to put shoes on her little pajama-ed feet) and she was determined to carry her own treat bag. It was awesome to watch her try to get candy with those mittens on. Probably frustrating for her, but so funny to us! “I keep hand up; I keep hands up!” she would say every time someone tried to carry her treat bag for her. It was the only way she could carry it around without dumping all the contents. (which happened a few times)
After trick or treating, Mrs. Fox read the story “The Fantastic Mr. Fox”, charging one piece of candy from all three kiddos.