Wednesday, 3 November 2010

Jungle Creatures on the Loose!

That's it, folks! Hallowe'en is over and done for another year.
I spent the evening shelling out at YoungerSon's house, and there were only about 10 doorbell rings. Probably because it was a cold night, and it's in an older neighbourhood with not many young families.
Oh well, that means more chocolate for us!

Here's Mr Pumpkinhead before he got wrestled yelling and screaming dressed into his costume.

But once inside the cosy tiger outfit, Isaac was a happy boy. Although he didn't really get what was going on. Next year will be different!

Meanwhile, Callum went out trick-or-treating with his cousins, he was "the elephant in the room".

Watch out for wild animals!
It can be downright dangerous out there!


11 comments:

Dumdad said...

Lovely pix. I like your pumpkin surround on your blog. We only had three callers this year - it was half term and most families go away.

tut-tut said...

cuties! we didn't get any T&Ters; good thing, as I had forgotten to buy candy; D ran out at the last moment and got some Reese's

Beverly said...

So cute. Ella was four in August, and I think this is the first year that she really knew what trick or treat was all about. Fun.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

LOL, LOL....Sooooo Very Cute! Both of them.
No one comes here anymore---too Hilly and the streets are not well lit AND, parents drive their kids to 'the flats' where there are lots and lots of Houses and a lot of "Treats"....!
It's fine with me!

Hilary said...

Too cute. That elephant in the room.. must be the trunkated version of the night's events. ;)

madretz said...

oh that is the cutest elephant and tiger I've ever seen!

Ash said...

Awww........lovely!!!!

Craver Vii said...

Tigers and elephants, oh my!

It's a regular safari.

photowannabe said...

Too cute Shammy. These poor little ones don't have a clue but its so fun to watch them anyway.
We did Trunk or Treat at our church, handing out candy from the trunks of our decorated cars (in the parking lot of the church). The theme was toy mania and a lot of the cars went all out with their decor. How many kids came? haven't gotten the final count but its guesstimated at 6000!!!
Thats a heck of a lot of candy and potential dentist bills (:0)

Libby said...

Excellent, you have 2 handsome grandsons, lucky you.

I have taken onboard your idea so:-

Would you or anyone who reads this be interested in doing a blogasphere Tea Towel Swap, if so, pop across to my blog and sign up please.

Ginnie said...

Next year will defifinitely make all the difference in the world for Isaac. Indeed. Then there will be no turning back. HA! So fun.