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Trick or Treat


Sarah Kate dressed as Dorothy this year.  She has planned to be Dorothy for about 6 months.  So glad I was able to find her the costume!

As for Emily....she was  girl named CiCi from Disney's show, Shake it Up.  I have never seen the show and I did not think Emily had either, but she said she watched it with a babysitter.  Oh well, she was proud of her costume.  I don't let Emily watch those pre-teen shows yet.  There is nothing wrong with that show, but I just try to keep her shows age appropriate.  I have noticed that a lot of those shows have a lot of smarty kids and subject matters that Emily is not mature enough for right now.

We had some adorable little bumble bees stop by our house.  We all went Trick or Treating together and it was SO MUCH FUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  It was a magical/memory making time for the girls.

I think Harper had the best time of her life.  She wanted to hold my hand all night and she would look up at me and say,"Waurie, I'm having fun!"  She would tell me that after every house.  My girls loved being with Harper and Hollis. 
Very cute and clever!
We all had a great evening!  I think we have a new traditions of Trick or Treating with the Stamps!




Comments

Tara G. said…
I'm with you on monitoring shows!!! Cute outfits!
Waurie - I had fun too!
We really must do that every year! LOVED it!
Dorothy...too cute perched atop the couch!
Johanne said…
Everyone looked so cute in their costumes. Looked life a fun night.

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