Sunday, October 31, 2010


In case you couldn't tell, I LOVE Halloween! I had so much fun this year with everyone's costumes. There were so many scary, cute, and funny pictures that I just had to include a ton of them.

The boys were vampires this year. They were so excited to have their hair sprayed black, faces painted, and especially wear those vampire teeth. I made their capes and vests. Hopefully we'll find another use for them. They could totally wear skull vests to church right?

I don't even know who that is! He really doesn't look like my sweet Dallin.

Tanner made a pretty good vampire- he had no trouble getting into character.

Oh they make me laugh...

I love their faces in this one.

On to someone a little less scary. Brookie was a princess witch (as she called it). My mom made her dress. Isn't it amazing?! She is going to enter it into the fair next year. I think it deserves a blue ribbon don't you? I got a hat from the dollar bin at target and embellished it and made her "Halloween purse."

Isn't she the cutest witch ever?

My monsters

I borrowed a costume from my sister Lauren and dressed up. Aaron was lame this year and went as himself- next year he won't be so lucky.

Our ward had a carnival and trunk or treat on Friday, so we checked that out. The boys loved all of the games, Brooke was too shy, she just wanted the chocolate.

Happy Halloween!

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Bi-Zi Farms

We took the kids to the Pumpkin Patch at BI-Zi Farms today since it was so nice out. And so did the rest of Vancouver. It was insanely busy, but the kids had a lot of fun playing. We'll definitely plan it differently next year (although after the crowds today, Aaron says we are done with that place).
They checked out the hay bale pyramid.

And all of the animals.

This was going to be a cute picture of all three of them.

Check out Dallin's concentration- notice the tongue.
(the concentration tongue again)
We actually made it through the corn maze this year!

On the tractor ride.

(the concentration tongue yet again- he cracks me up. It embarrassed him when we showed him all of the pictures.)