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Happy Halloween

This Halloween has been a blast.  Burke being able to walk and understand more what is going on around him makes it so fun.  Silas decided he wanted to be Dracula this year so Brit and I made Abe and Burke their own baby bat costumes :)  I always love doing crafts and making these costumes have been so fun and super easy.  We actually got the idea from Becky our friend who made Ike the wolf last year while her daughter was Little Red Riding Hood.  Anyway, there were some parties on Sunday that we took Burke too.  First we went to his school carnival where they had live animals and trick or treating out of trunks of cars.  It was so cute.  After that we headed over to the Butlers house for a super fun kids party.  They had all kinds of fun stuff, a popcorn machine, hot dogs, face painting, bounce houses and more.  Burke was obsessed with the bounce houses.  I had to crawl in and get him because he wouldn't come out.  You should have seen that :)

Today Britney and I took the boys to the zoo for Boo at the Zoo.  Most of the stuff didn't open till tonight but they still had so much fun.  There was a hay maze that we could not get them out of.  We also took them for a train ride which is always fun!  I really want to go to Boo at the Zoo next year at night so we can see everything.  It looks super cool.

Tonight our neighborhood goes all out with a Halloweenie roast down at the beach then they take the kids on hay rides around to trick or treat.  Next to our house some people on our street made a haunted trail that they have been working on all week.  I can not wait to see it tonight.

I hope you all have a wonderful and safe Halloween.  I will post some pictures later from all our events :)

- Sarah

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