Yesterday was the first of several Halloween parties/events that my children are attending this week.
Wednesday is the Halloween party at St. J’s for Flora. Thursday is trick-or-treat in our neighborhood (and WHY it’s not on the actual day is a post for another day), Friday is the Day School’s party for Flora and Kate, and Saturday is actually Halloween (ironically, we have no plans right now for Saturday).
I am ready for the onslaught of Halloween activities, although we are, sadly, without carved pumpkins. I don’t know if that’s going to happen this week. The girls will be decorating pumpkins tomorrow evening — permanent markers on small pumpkins that we picked at the Pumpkin Patch.
I have treats, stickers, treat bags (although I have to put them together — twice), and the girls have costumes. I love their costumes this year, for a number of reasons:
1. They are not trampy little-girl versions of trampy adult women costumes.
2. I got them at a consignment store weeks ago.
3. They cost $10 (Flora’s) and $5 (Kate’s). Talk about getting our money’s worth.
4. The girls love them.
Of course, the very fact that I am so very prepared for this week’s festivities, combined with the fact that my girls have had multiple exposures to H1N1 in the past week, means we’ll probably all be sick by Wednesday. I put the chances at about 75 percent.
5 thoughts on “Ladybugs and Butterflies and Candy, Oh My”
They both look adorable! How can you not love a ladybug and an MSN logo?
Hey! That’s a butterfly (to Kate). To you and me, it’s a dragonfly. No matter; it has wings and antenna.
They were a huge hit at Sunday’s party. I expect more of the same.
Thanks for the comment!
I am belatedly realizing that the MSN logo IS a butterfly. Right?
Yes, it is indeed. And it never looked so good! ;o)#
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