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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Our Autumn Adventures and Halloween

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Desert Star Theatre PhotosHalloween  has recently past, and this year we went to spend the creepy day with some of our favorite spooks.  We stayed with Steve's parents and enjoyed seeing them as well as his brother, Matt and his sisters Bev and Laurel and their families.  Lily and Amara had some good times with their cousins, grandparents, and Aunts and Uncles.  On Halloween, Steve and I got to go to the Desert Star Theater with my family to watch "Welcome Back Potter," a comical play about Harry Potter's 10 year high school reunion.  We all had a great time!  Unfortunately, I forgot my camera at home, so I don't have pictures of Halloween.


Later that night, Lily, Amara, and I got dressed up to go trick-or-treating.  Lily was a bumble bee, Amara was a ladybug, and I was a snow princess.  We brought Tamsin with us to Aunty April's neighborhood to trick-or-treat.  It was lightly drizzling rain the entire time, but it didn't get the girls spirits down.  In fact, Amara had the greatest endurance of the 3 trick-or-treaters, staying out a half hour longer than the rest (thanks April for taking her around).  The girls came away with plenty of sweets.  As the night got later, our little girls decided they wanted to see if the Candy Fairy would come, so they put their bags of candy on the dining table and sure enough, the next morning their candy was gone and there were 2 toys for each of them.  Candy fairy was a huge success, and the girls don't miss their candy, and they love their new toys.

Oh come on, you've played this game already, right?Steve and I went to Micah's house after the girls went to sleep (thanks to Steve's parents for babysitting our sleeping children), and we had tasty homemade doughnuts shaped like ghosts, and played a rousing game of Cranium with Dad, Debby, Micah, Mandy, April, Spencer, Missy, and Mandy's mom, dad, and brother.  Our dream team (Steve, me and my dad) led the game the entire time up until the end, then the slow and steady "Oldies but Goodies" (Mandy's parents and Debby) pulled through the finish line first.  Wish I had more pictures.  Boo hoo hoo!


2 comments:

Doralee said...

Lani, Did you get a new haircut? It looks cute as far as I can tell. More pictures please! Looks like you have all been having too much fun! What a great tradition your visit to the fun farm is! Love you guys!

Bobbie said...

I really love this post! It was truly AWESOMERIFIC having all our visiting family from Utah Valley LIKE ALWAYS!! It was funney and I just about pee'd my ... when April popped out of the back of my car to surprise me!! haha! It was fun, too having Kelli and Jakes down to play and discover with us, our petroglyphs and the monument of that long big paper mache dinosaur! Your mom and dad didn't miss a heartbeat either when we went on to the pumpkin patch..... NICEEE weather for family memories!