We hope everyone had a very happy Halloween! We had a good time dressing up the girls and celebrating a holiday devoted to candy:) Anyway, those of you who have had the pleasure of meeting my husband know that he is a big kid at heart. So, we carved our jack-o-lantern after one of his favorite cartoon characters--Aang from "The Avatar."(Which is a really entertaining show if you are looking for a new, clean series to watch:)
We also put up these scary silhouettes that mom brought us-- I know what you're thinking...'terrifying'...:) What makes them special is that my mom has had these same silhouettes up in her kitchen window during Halloween ever since I was a wee trick-or-treater. Lindsey found the exact same ones, and bought them for me. It was fun to relive that little memory...
These cute buckets were given to the girls by the hospital's parent support group. They are so sweet... they leave fun little treats for us and the girls every week!
Here they are! The picture you have all been waiting for! Our little punkins...while Mom was here she found these cute Halloween onesies. As you can see, the girls did a brilliant job of making them look simply adorable--the nurses were commenting on our very cute pumpkin and ghost all day:)
Matilda & Avery
Mmmm... yummy girls. Here we are giving them a kiss goodnight before putting them back in bed:)
Goodnight girls! Jordan and I spent the rest of the evening eating candy, visiting Uncle Nate and Aunt Jai's spooky house, and watching Young Frankenstein. It was a fun holiday for us--very low key... I have a feeling we should appreciate it now while the girls are small and don't care what their costumes look like and how much candy they get:)