The day after our Feast Day party it was Spooky Day. The girls had never been trick-or-treating before so they were pretty excited.
First though, I needed to clean up some of the mess from the party. I couldn’t believe how messy the house was!
What do a Genie, a hotdog, a tiger, and a cowplant have in common? Nothing unless it is time to go to the Fall Festival on Spooky Day!
The girls challenged their dad to an eating contest. They changed out of their costumes so they wouldn’t ruin them for trick-or-treating. Penny won. I felt bad for Garrett and Liv who were quite sick after the contest.
I went into the haunted house and was cursed for the rest of our outing.
Penny was amazed by this creepy doll. She asked if she could get one for her birthday. I told her that we would probably skip that gift.
Penny as excited to trade in her tickets. She bought a soccer goal. I told her she would need to wait until spring to really use it but she didn’t mind one bit!
Liv’s favorite part was the food! She had ice cream, chili fries, and popcorn. She loved it!
We did get a Greeting Card and I thought it was pretty darn cute!
We carved pumpkins once we got home. Then it was time for the girls to head out to get some candy! Garrett and I headed to a party at Oliver’s house.
Both girls got way more candy than they could ever eat! They aren’t going to sleep for days I swear.
Meanwhile, Garrett and I went to Oliver’s house for Lanya’s party.
“There you are. I’ve been looking all over for you!”
“Sorry, babe. He was crying and well I wanted to meet my nephew. He is a sweet little guy. Do you want to hold him?”
“No, no I’m fine. We need to head home anyway.”
I was a good thing we left when we did. Penny’s rebellion finally got the best of her. She smashed Liv’s pumpkin and caught herself on fire.
Garrett ran inside immediately and grabbed the fire extinguisher and put her out. Of course she was even more grounded than she was before. This time for an entire week.
What a way to end our first Spooky Day.