Thursday, November 1, 2012
Another Great One
As always, Halloween did not disappoint.
Since I was working on Saturday night, I didn't get to go all out in costume and celebrate my favorite holiday but I did get to spice up the LBD a little bit.
Aiden began celebrating on Friday by going Trick-or-Treating at Grandma Deiker's office so his candy stash was well on its way by the end of the weekend. Aunt Dana even brought home a pair of Vampire fangs from her Halloween party for him to play with.
He is so spooky!
On Halloween night we went Trick-or-Treating in Randalicious' neighborhood (where I used to go) for the first time. Aiden was so independent and all "big boy" about the whole thing.
He rang all the door bells by himself, said "Trick or treat!" and "Happy Halloween" and lots of "Thank you's"
There was one house though that was just a little too spooky for him, so he took Daddy to the door with him.
All night he was great about holding hands and staying on the sidewalk. I was personally impressed by how many parents were out and volunteer safety patrols.
Aiden was so funny, when he passed a group of parents who said, "Spiderman, COOL!" He silently, coolly looked up at them and shots some imaginary spidey-webs at them. I don't know who thought it was funnier.
As we walked away I whispered to Steve, "Our kid is such an effing B-A"
On an even more amusing note, I decided to participate in Jimmy Kimmel's You Tube Challenge this year --
"Hey Jimmy Kimmel, I told my kid I ate all their Halloween candy"
Enjoy the results knowing, I promptly gave him a piece afterward because I felt so bad.