This has been the craziest month so far!
So much has been going on (including my birthday)
and I know I've been slacking when it comes to posting new goodies.
It makes me sad to say that this is my last Halloween post.
It was a great holiday and Mia had a blast.
It's crazy to think that this is her third Halloween and that she'll be 3 years old in just two months.
Let's just reflect on her past Halloweens.
Mia's first Halloween, she was Master Yoda.
She was 10 months old.
This is last years Halloween costume.
She was Brobee from Yo Gabba Gabba.
She was 1 year and 10 months old and you can read more about that here.
This years costume was a little different.
Mostly because it was actually a girl costume.
This year she was Smurfette.
(She's holding her Harry Potter Lego's that she just got from her Grandpa.)
There was a bit of a toss up between being Smurfette or
Batman- a costume she got from her cousin.
The only problem we had with it was that we went out and bought her Smurfette costume and she hadn't worn it once!
But as you can tell, Smurfette prevailed and all was well.
We decided to take Rigby out with us. (Sophia's a barker and doesn't get along well with other animals)
But once we got out his collar, (the one we bought two months ago)
we realized it no longer fit him.
So Rigby went as Sophia this Halloween.
Complete with Bow and all!
So we leashed up Rigby, buckled Mia in her car seat and took those babies trick or treating!
First we took them to a Halloween Carnival with Mia's cousins.
Rigby loved the attention and Mia had lots of fun playing games and winning candy.
For some reason absolutely no one on our street gave out candy.
So we went trick or treating at Mia's Grandpa's house after the carnival.
She had so much fun and I think we all got a bit of a workout.
Then we went to visit Mia's uncle, which is where we took this.
Once we were home, I wanted to take a picture with Mia in her costume.
Here's one from her first Halloween.
The picture above is what I hoped the current picture would look like.
However, I got this.
That's right, photobombed.
Which soon turned into this.
One big photobomb.
Which eventually got us right where I wanted us to be in the first place.
A nice, family picture where we're all smiling and looking pretty.
Well, almost all of us.
It's not the perfect picture, but it's good enough for me.
I hope everyone had a great Halloween complete with lots of family time and treats!
This concludes the Halloween blog posts. Sorry I missed a week.
But what I lacked in Halloween, I will make up for with Christmas.
It's the most wonderful time of the year, I hear.
I'll be back soon with some goodies.