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« Reply #30: November 02, 2008, 07:45:21 pm »


Well, a clearer picture of Natalie (with Grandpa holding the hat on her head):
http://qnarf.zenfolio.com/p344616555/h2d1cc5fb#h2d1cc5fb

Not a very good shot of the costume, maybe, though.  (Warning:  the previous link I posted may not work anymore...)  I never did get anyone to take a picture of me, either.

Halloween was not a huge hit with Natalie...  I think she was confused by all the people coming to the door and then leaving.  She wanted them to come in and visit!

Best costume we saw all night:  a white oval with a yellow circle in the middle (so an egg) with little devil horns at the top and a forked tail in the back.  Get it?  Devilled egg.  Whee!
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« Reply #31: November 02, 2008, 08:00:42 pm »

Best costume we saw all night:  a white oval with a yellow circle in the middle (so an egg) with little devil horns at the top and a forked tail in the back.  Get it?  Devilled egg.  Whee!

I saw that idea when I was looking for costume ideas on a website.  Thought it was a great one!
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« Reply #32: November 02, 2008, 08:37:20 pm »


Halloween was not a huge hit with Natalie...  I think she was confused by all the people coming to the door and then leaving.  She wanted them to come in and visit!


She's very cute.  Next year will be more fun for her, though.

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« Reply #33: November 02, 2008, 08:52:07 pm »

Well, a clearer picture of Natalie (with Grandpa holding the hat on her head):
http://qnarf.zenfolio.com/p344616555/h2d1cc5fb#h2d1cc5fb


Aw!! Very cute! She looks pretty happy here at least!
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« Reply #34: November 02, 2008, 09:38:03 pm »

I tried to get O to be a Winkie Guard, but he wasn't having it.  Party pooper.

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« Reply #35: November 03, 2008, 02:44:54 pm »

Randall and I have never done that here in Waco because we've never had enough Trick or Treaters. Last night we had a ton, so it's just possible we'll be decorating in the future.

Which I would just LOVE. Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, and I've missed doing stuff.

sniff, we had three.  And my kids, in the same neighborhood as our house, had full pumpkins, it's just our house doesn't look like it's waiting for trick or treaters, no matter what we do.  We had the lights on, the cars out of the drivelway so they could get to the kitchen door, cause they certainly couldn't get to the front door, and still my kids are so overloaded on left over candy it isn't funny. 7 year old is home sick (slight fever) and I suspect it may be from the candy.  On the other hand, here I am in east central illinois and it is presently 77 degrees.  Halloween was warm for trick or treating. No coat or jacket necessary.
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« Reply #36: November 03, 2008, 02:52:54 pm »

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« Reply #37: November 03, 2008, 03:41:14 pm »

On the other hand, here I am in east central illinois and it is presently 77 degrees.  Halloween was warm for trick or treating. No coat or jacket necessary.

It was the same way in St. Louis.  I've never seen so many people on their front porches waiting for trick-or-treaters.

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« Reply #38: November 03, 2008, 05:55:54 pm »

It was the same way in St. Louis.  I've never seen so many people on their front porches waiting for trick-or-treaters.

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It climbed into the high 60s here.  We sat out on the front porch, and took our kitty with us.  Some of the little kids were afraid of him (he's all black), but he just sat there in disinterest.
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« Reply #39: November 04, 2008, 08:44:27 am »

It climbed into the high 60s here.  We sat out on the front porch, and took our kitty with us.  Some of the little kids were afraid of him (he's all black), but he just sat there in disinterest.

My cat adores Halloween, so we always put him out on the front steps in his outside cage when it's warm enough for us to sit out. When we have to be inside, he demands his own chair right in front of the door to sit in while we open the door!

He likes kids and he's FASCINATED by all of them coming and going. He gets really hyperactive by the end of the night.
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