Monday, November 1, 2010


Had a fun, eventful Halloween weekend.

Kicked it off early with a visit to Disneyland. Made sure to hit Pirates and the Haunted Mansion for some spooky Halloween fun, complete with Nightmare Before Christmas-themed Halloween shirt (for the baby, obviously).


Liam could not get enough of Winnie the Pooh. I’ve never seen him so happy.

 IMGP1027IMGP1029   IMGP1026The ward party/Trunk or Treat was on Friday. Liam was a “Snugglesaurus” and I was a car crash victim since I had already sprained my wrist.  DSCN2658 You can’t tell in the picture, but I have tire tracks on my pants and an “I Love Insurance” (like Flo).

DSCN2661We were debating about dressing Liam up as either a nerd, a rocker,

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The Flash,

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or a dog,


but his dino jammies came with feet and a hat, so that won out this year. Luckily, we have years ahead of us in which to spend ridiculous amounts of money on a costume for one day of candy hunting.

Steve declined to dress up, even though I brought him duct tape and a pocket knife so he could be “McGuyver”. But Steve’s friend Dave got him in the holiday spirit and convinced him to dress up as the “Dharma Initiative”, complete with “Dharma Cola” for their work party on Saturday.

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And for Sunday dinner, we had blood, guts, bones, and eyeballs.  It was fun for all (especially the dogs, who were more than happy to clean up after the baby).DSCN2665

Not very many trick or treaters, though we did have WAY TOO MANY adults/teenagers begging for candy. Next year, we’ll have to get stricter on them.

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