Author: Lala
•Saturday, November 02, 2013
We have been looking forward to go trick or treating this year. Mikelle and Rianne have been talking about it for a long time. They were more involved and excited to dress up for the event than last year but deciding what to be was not easy both for them and me. They wanted to be princesses at one point, then R said she wanted to be a bread, M a cow and many others. But when I suggested it, they immediately liked the idea of being lambs, with Mom as Mary, just like in the song that they love. 

 My cute little lambs at the Y
 Trick or Treat!

  Mikelle enjoyed her slide!
 Rianne was not very sure about this.
 I love their tails
 I love these two!
Putting this up here will make my husband happy
  I just need to include this cute picture of my baby
We started our Halloween early by making worm cupcakes
M and R had so much fun making the worm cupcakes in the morning.
 M enjoying her treat.
 Dad came home and tried on his big bad wolf costume.
 My cute little lambs with their awesome Dad
 Rianne was all happy and excited
 Mary had three little lambs. And everywhere that Mary went, the lambs were sure to go.
 We went out trick or treating around the neighborhood at around 6:30p.m. but it seemed like we were the only ones out. Most of the houses had their lights off  and so we decided to go to the mall instead. We thought that the bloody sky was awesome and prefect for a Halloween night
 Trick or treat!
 I think that the compliments the girls got from people were the real treat that night.
Lamb (R) having her crocodile treat.
 M enjoyed her helicopter ride.

We went home with tired lambs and a quarter bag of candies that night. It was a long day but it was definitely worth remembering. And if you were wondering, the lambs did not get eaten by the big bad wolf that night. We actually had a really nice wolf with us.
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