Since Wyatt has a history of choosing for his character to be slaying his baby brother’s character, I told him that this year he couldn’t kill whatever the Bear was going to be. (2009…Knight & Dragon, 2010…Hunter & Deer) I thought that was a pretty good rule to follow. Wyatt started thinking of duo’s right away and this is what he decided on…
Luke really got into it this year and even said “ti-teet” a few times! He got really good at saying “mo tay-tay” though! (Translation: ti-teet is treat or treat & mo tay-tay is more candy) :)
Like the “Ho Ho” jammie pants sticking out? I am seriously considering putting the tree(s) up this week…or at least starting! Decorating for Christmas somehow makes the cold a little less miserable. (And, yes, it is cold! In my humble, southern opinion, anything that requires a jacket or for us to dress in layers is cold. It’s just what you’re used to, I guess.)
We took a few photos in the yard just before we left and, as always, the “tra-tra” had to be jumped on before we ever make it to the truck!
The boys had so much fun and I can only imagine what Luke will be like next year. Wyatt was the polar opposite at this age and wouldn’t even hardly wear a costume and had nothing to do with it until he got older. Luke, on the other hand, went right up to the scariest house complete with black strobe lights, a witch and a scary man laugh…and put his little hand right into their candy bowl and wanted to play with their “pup-pup”. Totally, completely unfazed. He carried his pumpkin full of candy dragging the ground and thought he had hit the jackpot all night long. I’ve never been much of a Halloween person but Luke just might make me into one. That little bringer of Light keeps us going…especially when he’s always trying to keep up with his big Bubba!