Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Halloween 2010

I'm finally getting around to putting up the Halloween photos.

I made these tutus for the girls just because I thought they would be cute and wanted some pictures with them.

As you can tell, "Doggie" has to go EVERYWHERE with Audrey.

And here is a picture of my little "pumpkin".

This was Addison's Halloween costume. She was my little lamb. Isn't she just the cutest?! She even wore that on her head the entire night. Can you believe it?

Audrey was our beautiful butterfly. She was so proud of her costume. Isn't she just beautiful?! And growing up so quickly :/

My sweet girls in their costumes. I can't tell you how many pictures I had to take to get both girls looking at me and smiling.

Instead of the standard "Trick or Treating", we took the girls to a Fall Festival that Audrey's preschool/church was hosting.

It was so much fun. The girls loved it!

Audrey enjoyed a little cotton candy.

Seriously?!? What is Halloween without a sugar high? And you gotta love that sticky face :)

Addison was content riding around in the stroller and watching all the action.

Audrey ready to have some fun.

Butterfly turned Cowgirl. She had a blast riding the pony.

Digging for worms is always interesting.

Audrey's trying to win some candy at the ring toss.
That little duckie got Audrey even more candy.

Then she tried her hand at ringing the buckets.

She caught a winner at the "Go Fish".

Working on those golfing skills. Her daddy will be so proud. ;)
They even had a ski-ball game. Audrey hasn't quite got the hang of that game yet. As you can see her little arm is swung back ready to throw. And throw, she did, and nailed that guy standing there right in the wrong place :/ Everyone around thought it was so funny, that poor guy didn't share those feelings...bless his heart.
Finally, Audrey got her face painted.
Not surprising, she wanted a butterfly.
Little Bit and Daddy.

1 comment:

Regina and David said...

Looks like a fun night. They both looked really cute in their costumes and especially cute in their tutu's. You did a great job on those!