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October 29, 2006

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Morgan

Ivy is a DOLL and looked like a true Princess : ). I can't believe those people MADE those costumes! Good Grief. Your soup was YUMMY! You must post the recipe for all to have!

Bec

Yours and Micks costumes are so scarey!...Hahaha! Looks like a fun night out! Ivy looks SO beautiful! I miss her!

PROLIX from la Normandie

You're so lucky!
What a shame we don't have the same things here : parties, halloween suits in the street (here often only children are disguised, but not in every towns, and adults wait the night, hem), garden decorations etc...

I find it so fun and make your world so happier!

ahlala...

I love your pics!
Merci for sharing!

Jen

Boy, those Yanks sure know how to dress up!! I love that Ivy's dress "touched the ground like a real princess" - so sweet. Yep, your costume was really convincing LOL

deb munn

I'm so glad you had a good time despite your terrible cold. Could Ivy be any cuter??? No... I don't think she could!! Such a doll!!

Getting ready for the onslaught of kids on Tuesday night here and very thankful that the weather looks like it is going to cooperate again this year. Nothing worse than a rainy Halloween and too much leftover candy. Bad, bad, bad!!

I hope you feel better em... take it easy... rest up!!

Happy Halloween :)
~deb~

kim

looks like fun...minus the cold...poor thing! xoxo

ArtsyMama

Love these pictures! The costumes are FABULOUS! I love the decorated trunk idea. TOO FUN:) We had our annual Halloween party yesterday. Really gettin' in the mood. Happy Halloween!

elizabeth

Looks like you had loads of fun.. Halloween is awesome my husband and I got married on Halloween..

Rachel Greig

great trunks!! Happy Halloween!

kirsten

yeah, our ward does trunk-or-treat only when halloween falls on a sunday. I used to feel sorry for the kids - not going door-to-door, but holy cow - they got SO much loot!
glad you had fun - your princess is lovely.

Lisa

Until two days ago, I'd never heard of "trunk-or-treat" and now I've heard about it from two different people! I wonder if it is a regional kind of thing? We still do the old door-to-door thing on Halloween night...this seems like a much nicer option, frankly!

moki

what a lot of pirates. We had probably a dozen or so at our trunk or treat too! Trendy pillagers!

meghan

I stumbled across your blog a couple of weeks ago & put it in my favs (hope you don't mind), anyway when I saw your post about trunk or treat I thought, hmm, that term sounds so familiar. Just like what we used to do in my ward when I was little. Then I saw you mention ward & I thought...ah ha! A fellow LDSer!!!!! So I wanted to let you know I enjoy your blog immensly & your layouts!!!

MarilynH

Wow--our ward doesn't go out like that for trunk or treat!! Ha ha ha. In a way I am sad for the trunk or treat taking the place of going house to house (like I had as a kid) but it sure does get it over with faster LOL Especially when it is cold!

karalenn

How funny! I just remembered this morning that you told me you put a pic of us on your blog from the "trunk-or-treat" but had forgot to ever check it out. That is a terrible picture of me! hahaha. I guess I look more old-fashion vampirey, but somehow wish I looked more like a princess like Ivy. Maybe I'll make a princess dress for me next year. One that touches the ground and everything and wont scare all the kids at the trunk-or-treat. Too fun.
~Karalenn

karalenn

Oh yah. Here's a link about the costume sewing and our Halloween on my blog.
http://nerd-bucket.blogspot.com/2006/11/for-halloween-this-year-i-made-crazy.html

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