First, since when can you put a basket of candy on your porch with sign that reads
Please take one.
and expect anyone to do so? Only in Holland.
Having said that, I knew there was no way I could dress-up my 9-month old to go trick or treating without someone asking me
So, really mom and dad are trick or treating, huh?
(Which happened...and the first thought that came to mind was...
Ok buddy, don't act like after your kids go to bed, you and your wife don't sit on the living room floor and pick out all of the good stuff.)
But, I digress...
We dressed Annelise up as a Bengals cheerleader for her first Halloween. Daddy was very proud. Even though we don't get to watch the Bengals play, it was better than being a Lions' cheerleader.
And mommy had to dress-up too, just for fun.
And of course, we couldn't go trick or treating without stopping by Papa and Nana's house. They have a mega-church across the street from their house that had "Trunk or Treat." It was like a huge tail-gating party for kids, with candy, free pizza/pop, professional photography, balloons and more! We're definitely going there next year.