Happy Halloween!!! I'll post about our official Halloween night adventures on Monday (spoiler: our street throws a block party). For now though, I'll go ahead and fill you in on our church trunk-or-treat that we went to last weekend. **I've gotten a little behind on blogging because my computer is on the fritz right now. Please pray it will heal quickly. I'm using Camaron's laptop for the time being. Huge props to me for backing up my whole everything last week!!!** Ok, back to trunk-or-treat. I had no idea what we were gonna do costume-wise this year. I love being creative and making costumes, but I didn't pack any of my craft supplies or sewing machine when we moved out here. So, I was at a loss. Then, inspiration struck one night when I saw a picture online of a little boy dressed like a superhero. I could do that! I could make that work! So I ordered some felt online (there are zero fabric stores in DC, believe it or not) and busted out the needle and thread from the sewing kit I luckily packed and went to work. Quicker than I imagined, I had two little matching superheroes on my hands.
Camaron had to work late, so it was just us three. I was majorly lame and didn't dress up -I was too stressed about going to an activity by myself where I didn't know anyone to try and come up with something. So we walked over to the church building and began the candy-getting ritual. Fox did so great! I was so proud of him going from car trunk to car trunk saying "tricky treat!" And Sloane was happy the whole time, so that was a huge plus. I can't wait to get these two dressed up again for tonight. Holidays with these kiddos are just my favorite.