Happy Halloween! Halloween Eve the boys wore their matching mummy pajamas and enjoyed waaaay too many sweets.
Keeler and Kallahan had spent the weekend in Texas with my parents and sister. They got to have a lot of Halloween fun! We picked them up Sunday afternoon.
Earlier in the evening we finally carved pumpkins. The boys had been asking for over a month!
Kallahan had his preschool Halloween party. He looked adorable!
Kal had a blast at his party. His teacher sent me this adorable video of them playing musical chairs. Oh, that kid!
After school, we picked up our K-State football player and headed downtown to work the Trick-or-Treat Trail on main street.
The boys went around with Granny and Lori to get a little candy with cousins Haylee & Sutter.
What a handsome football player!
Kallahan spotted some friends...Becca was the cutest little chicken.
The little cowboys enjoyed giving out candy as much as receiving. They were great helpers!
When we got back home, we ate a quick dinner and Kallahan opted for a costume change. He decided he wanted to be a rodeo clown for evening trick-or-treating. Why not?
Since I managed to get such cute pictures of Kal before his party, I tried to take a few of Keeler before we went out.
I can't believe how old he looks!
"Every Man a Wildcat." Sorry Texas Tech we've failed you.
Then is was time for trick-or-treating! First stop, Keeler's teacher house. We just love her. Keeler said she wanted all her students to come to her house so of course we did.
Then we went to Granny's house and around her neighborhood.
One of our last stops was to visit the Gross family. Of course we had to visit two of the cutest little girls in town.
We had the happiest of Halloweens! Hope you did too!! #trickortreat 🎃👻