I may be a little biased, but I'm pretty sure I have the most precious child in the world. Halloween this year was so much fun! The fun Chloe had this year was more than I would have imagined. My original plan was for her to be a skunk. Justin and I saw the skunk costume at Old Navy about a month and a half before Halloween. I figured I would look around a little more just to make sure that was the one I wanted. Well, I came back about a month later and it was gone (as were all the skunk costumes at the surrounding Old Navy's). So, I kept holding off thinking I would find a costume I would fall in love with. I didn't. Last minute, on Wednesday, we went to get her a costume. We came across a Goldilocks. I thought it was cute, but it wasn't my favorite ever. Until.....
I put it on her. I mean seriously, could she be any cuter?
The even better part was that she loved her costume. She begged me to let her put it on all day on Friday. She loved her bears. She loved her ribbons. She was quite the girly girl. As you can see, we also found an Elmo basket, which she adored as well.
Justin's work had a party for the kids, so that was our first stop.
She was a pro from the start!
I was so proud of her because she told every candy-giver thank you without any prompting.
We made a few stops to some family and friends. Chloe enjoyed seeing Jake Aviles as the Great Pumpkin and Lily Murray as a peacock. They were just adorable in their costumes as well.
Lastly, we trick or treated around our neighborhood.
I kept asking Chloe, "Do you want to go home or do you want to keep trick or treating?"
Of course, she said, "Trick or!"
I can confidently say this was the best Halloween I have ever had.
And judging from this picture, it may have been Chloe's too: