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Trick or Treat!

The Dermabond has come off SK's eye. I think her scar looks pretty good!

Our church did a Fall Fest on Sunday night. We had a great time! I took this picture right before we left the house.
Here is Sarah Kate and her buddy, Wells.
Sooooooo proud to ride a horse!
Another proud princess.
Fun games with lots of candy.
Cute kids! I loved these costumes!
Another good friend, John Michael.
Kelly and her precious little ladybug!
Jackson and Parker
Two girls that were ready to go home!
I can't seem to stay out of the Halloween candy! YIKES!

Comments

Kelly said…
Oh your girls looked so cute! It was fun seeing everyone last night!!!
Miranda said…
It looks like they had a GREAT time!!! :-) Your girls are so pretty!
Jamie said…
Your little girls are so cute! It looks like they had a really fun time!
His Doorkeeper said…
Loved all your pictures of your two sweet girls! That last pic of Sarah Kate is precious!
The Ormons said…
Loved the pictures.. wish we were together to trick or treat.. have a good week
Miss V said…
Precious Princesses! Your girls are so cute love all the festive outfits! I'm your newest follower can't wait to read more!!
Tara G. said…
Loved the tuckered out princesses with their daddy! I like the Reese's PB candies- so fattening. Thankfully, we only received a little candy corn over here so my hips are safe this time around! :)
Lauren said…
Sooooooooooooo cute!!!!!!! :)
Ashley said…
Hi Laurie! I just love reading your blog! Your girls are just adorable! ;)
http://forthischildiprayed-ashley.blogspot.com/
Nancy said…
Cute pic's! Happy Fall!
Such pretty girls!!
Lynn said…
Emily & Sarah Kate are just adorable as can be!! Love SK's Halloween dress (last pic)! Looks like they had a great time at the festival! Thanks for sharing, Laurie!

God bless!
Christy said…
I have been reading Kelly's blog for a while, so I've seen you many times on there, but just found your blog tonight. I read back through several of your posts about your tooth problem. You may want to ask your dentist about an apicoectomy (sp?). I have had your same situation with infection/pain in teeth that have had root canals and have had this procedure done by an oral surgeon. I have taken several rounds of antibiotics-including clindamyacin-and it generally cleared up the original infection, but the problem was not fixed until I had this procedure done. Basically, they cut through the gum into the root to clean out the infection and treat the root of the tooth. I know it sounds painful, but my surgeon knocked me out for the procedure:)and recovery is much easier than the pain I know you are dealing with. With my insurance it was covered under major medical as opposed to dental. Sorry for such a long post, but I know the pain you're in and I hope this will help you find relief soon.

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