This was the first year my hubby couldn't be home for Halloween, but my good friend Barbie Jo was around, so we trick or treated together. Note to Self: Leaving a bucket of candy out that says help yourself, doesn't go very far;))
We had some great costumes. World War Two pilot, Crazy Steelers fan, scary dude and old man.
My oldest was a crazy Steeler's fan, and no, I didn't let him carry his air soft gun around. Half his hair was painted black and the other half yellow, but you can't really see it. He had a Steeler's coat and jersey on too.
More scary dudes! What is it with boys???
My second son wants to be a doctor, every mother's dream, only I never pictured a doctor who looked like that. I think we'll push for a different career choice;))
My youngest son hates to dress up, so I said we'd spray his hair with this glow in the dark spray. Well, it didn't glow like it was supposed to. He went around looking like he was Taylor Hicks from American Idol and that was about it. Nothing but gray hair. Oh well, at least he still got candy. I think people had pity on him;))
Girls, girls, girls. Sugar and spice and everything nice. Even when they're witchy;)))
Thank God for girls! My daughter wanted to be a snow flake fairy. She looked so stinkin cute, unlike my scary, freaky boys! I think that's why every mother loves to have at least one little girl. It's like playing dress up with your dolls all over again. For as long as she'll let me, that is;)))