I promised the boys that we would go trick-or-treating until their little buckets were brimming with candy--and I kept my word. In addition to the ward Halloween party and the boys' school parties, Aaron and I took the boys trick-or-treating in downtown main street, to Nana and Papa Grover's trunk-or-treat, and trick-or-treating up and down the streets in our own neighborhood. By the end of the night, Max's bucket was so heavy that he complained until I gave in and carried it for him. Mission accomplished!
|Hank is modeling his "tough-guy" face.|
|Trick-or-treating during the daytime, in 70 degree weather, on perfectly safe city sidewalks is definately the way to go.|
|Max thought he was pretty cool when the real policemen saluted him as one of their own.|
|This was a first: the kids in Nana and Papa Grovers' neighborhood gathered on the basketball court at the park while a little glider flying overhead circled the park and air-dropped candy to the kids waiting below.|