Holidays just get more and more fun having kids, but also more and more crazy.
We had a few events leading up to Halloween this year, and I honestly was so exhausted
by the time the 31st actually rolled around – ha! Between pumpkin patches, train rides,
carving parties, trunk or treat, costume parties, work parties, etc…there were plenty of
festivities and little Rea loved it all. We dressed the girls as little bumblebees and we
had beekeeper costumes – not our very best effort but still kind of cute? I love family
themed costumes so I hope we can always talk our kids into doing them because they make it
way more fun than a bunch of random ones I think! But we’ll see how long they go along with it :)
The extent of my creativity = these jack-o-lantern quesadillas
for Halloween lunch… which she was actually so excited about!
We’ll have to make these a tradition each year.
And a little craft making a witch with random things we had at home ^^
Little bumblebee at the beehive set up for “Googleween” — too perfect!
Crazy Googleween Halloween event with lots of long lines ha!
Haha babies in costumes are the best ^^
Bee sissy kissies ^^
Always hilarious to attempt a photo with two kiddos!
So many fun houses and decorations ^^
Little trick or treater with a pb&j ^^
We did the perfect zone of early trick or treating just along
one darling street, which was all Reagan needed!
Trunk or treating with cute friends! Dressed as Eloise, a unicorn, and a butterfly :
Our “bee” themed car trunk at the trunk or treat with our church! ^^
Ward party and with her beekeeping dad! ^^
Picturesque trick or treating along Orange Ave in Los Altos ^^
And picturesque skies on the prettiest Halloween night.
Seriously, perfect ^^We always end Halloween with donuts + hot cocoa at the Lyons with so many fun friends!
Happy Halloween, and kick off to the holiday season!