.......Whew!  I wish I had a dollar for every time I've heard that line in the past four days.  I would definately have enough money to go get mexican, order a real drink and not just water, and even get a large cheese dip.  ('cause that's just the level of cool that I am).  My boys have been pumped - pumped I tell ya' - about halloween.  Not so much the costume part, but hard core the candy-gettin' part.  Hard-core.  Well, I take that back.  My little OCD Turnanator has been unexcited about the costume.  Super G, on the other hand, who for some reason is high drama (I still have no idea where he gets it) is big much in love with the costume of it all.  And he definitely went all the way this year - costume, hair, hat, face paint - the whole schmere.  

    So because everyone else is doing it, and because there are now four of you that might actually care about my kids and their level of cutieness, here are some pics from this weekend and tonight.
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This is my supercute bumblebee, Bumblebee, and a totally kickin' clown tonight. All out for the goods. (and some reeses for their mama that they didn't know they were giving to her)
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Again with my same cast of characters, except this was last night at trunk or treat at church and Aaron and I were dressed as bee keepers for obvious reasons. 1. We're dorky and like to dress up 2. D was a bee. Mostly #1.
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and speaking of dorky.............I actually thought these were pretty good costumes considering we threw them together in an hour or so. But right as we were getting ready to leave for a party I realized my dessert I was supposed to take was not ready. So guess who got to go into the grocery store dressed like a pirate. I'll give you a hint. It wasn't the tall one. It's a good thing I'm good at being awesome or that would have been embarrassing.
You're going to need a little info on this next picture.  Super G was invited to a birthday party for a boy in his class, and it was to be a "scary" good time.  The instructions said to wear your scariest costume and my boy was upset that he had a clown suit and it wasn't scary at all.  Luckily for him, his mother is bad to the bone (and youtube exists) because it didn't take long to convince him that there is nothing scarier in the world than a seven year old, serial killer clown.  And to prove it...........................
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But seriously, I gave birth to him, got him dressed, and did his make-up and he still freaked me out just a tad. Disturbing.
Hope your Halloween was great, and you had a large time either getting or giving the candy!  (and I hope you snuck enough of it that you can remember why Halloween is awesome)

Experiencing Stomach Pains Involved With Excessive Amounts Of Reeses Peanutbutter Cup Intake,
Cassie