Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Trick-or-Treat


 Happy Halloween from the Lee Kids!
(that is what Sara Wells is yelling in this picture)
We loaded up the kids and headed back over to our old house for trick-or-treating.
We did not want to break our tradition of trick-or-treating with our next door neighbors.
We also wanted to see all of our other neighbors that we miss so much.  
So, even though we are not living there this year, we have our Halloween picture on our front porch:)
Sara Wells was not too thrilled about her wings.
After we got them off, she was great!
(Good thing they came from the dollar rack at Target)
 Ella and Miller were ready to go trick-or-treating at 5:30 in the morning, but somehow we held them off.  I could not believe that we were actually able to get them to sit down and eat dinner at Grace and Kate's house.  I remember when I was a little girl having to eat dinner before trick-or-treating was such torture!  I guess the pizza and ghost cookies helped.
 I think they were all just so happy to be back together that
they momentarily forgot about all the candy they could be getting.
 After dinner we were off to see how much candy we could get!
 But this year we added two more to our Trick-or-Treating crew

Our little Monkey (Fitz)
 and Tinkerbell (Chloe)!
 It was a bit of an ordeal to get a picture of all the cousins.
This is the best we got.
 Trying to get three 1 1/2 year olds to smile for a picture is not the easiest thing to do!
 Ella and Miller were pros at Trick-or-Treating...
Sara Wells did not quite get that you were supposed to put the candy in your bucket and save for later.
She wanted to eat every piece she got
 immediately.
 Papa came along with us this year which was a huge help with the three 1 year olds!!!!
 Miller and Sara Wells called it quits a little bit before Ella.  I could not believe I got this picture of happy Sara Wells in the car on the way home because she was DONE!
According to Murray, Ella and Grace ran from door to door after the younger ones were gone.
 Miller patiently waited for Ella to get home so that they could count their candy together.
An official count was never made, but Ella's bucket was filled all the way to the top!
And it was pretty much all good candy!
Now I just need to find something to do with the candy before I eat it all!

Hope you all had a great Halloween!
Don't forget to brush you TEETH!!!!

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