P got to pick out his own costume this year. That’s right. No more of mommy’s choice. BOO!
But, hey, I knew if I was going to have any hope of him wearing it…it had to be something HE WANTED to wear. So. It begins. I let him choose his own costume.
It’s a good thing I can still control Bents’s attire. Phew. My control freak self…needed to have “some” say in at least one costume.
P did make quite a cute little Handy Manny. And I’m kinda glad he didn’t choose a super hero. EVERY kid in his pre-k class was a super hero.
Speaking of pre-k, I got to attend his pre-k halloween party as a “helper’. It was quite interesting. I realized that P isn’t so hyper after all. Dang! I witnessed some SERIOUSLY hyper kids that day.
And let’s all just give thanks right now that I do not teach pre-k. HOLY BATMAN! What a freaking headache that would be?! God love those teachers! They are amazing!
Isn’t Handy Manny cute with his new back pack? It wasn’t part of his costume…just something he carry’s to class everyday.
Oh Bents. The “HULK” costume was so fitting for your fat self. Even if you were wondering, “what the hell is going on right now?”
He wore that hat…happily…without complaint. That’s what I love about that kid. He’s just so darn laid back. There was even a point when he was in the carseat in the car…and I turned around and the hat had flipped over his eyes…he didn’t make a peep. Just chillin…blind. So funny.
Afterwards you trick or treat at all the businesses. Except the lines were OUT OF CONTROL for candy. We decided to ditch the downtown thing and take the boys to a few friends houses.
Unfortunately, by the time we arrived at our first trick or treating destination…
…a certain tool boy…had cashed in for the evening.
Luckily, we got to take them both trick or treating on Sunday. It was adorable to see P get so excited about kit-kat’s and crunch bars!
And now…I have so much candy I can bribe him to do just about anything I desire.