Sunday, November 2, 2008

Halloween II

I figure since there were nearly a dozen Halloween movies, I could make a sequel to my previous post on Halloween. Now I have pictures.

Here are the boys all dressed up. The Mugwump is an explorer. He has a GPS, an exploring bag and hat. Six-Pence is a cowboy, and Jaguar is a frog.
So they were all looking at Mom instead of the photographer, but that's OK. That was better than we've done in the past.
Six-Pence looked distraught that when he found his horse dead on the ground. OK, I don't know what happened here, but I think the horse looks dead and think it's a funny.

The boys went trick-or-treating at the nursing home (it's a tradition we really like). The residents love seeing kids and the boys get to do service. They also don't get gobs of candy and it's a nice protected environment. I think it works out well. After the nursing home, we had time to go up the canyon and play in the leaves and take a few pictures.

Here they are:
I just think that's a good picture of Six-Pence. My wife takes good pictures.

That is the Mugwump sliding down the hill that he had just climbed up and explored.

And that is Six-Pence making a goofy face. He's good at those.

2 comments:

Heffalump said...

Is Jaguar just a frog? Or is he Kermit the frog?
We usually don't go trick or treating on Halloween...in fact, the last time we had gone was when we went to the nursing home with you guys a few years ago. Somehow we were convinced to let the kids do a little trick or treating around a neighborhood this year. They got too much junk food, and I wish we had cut them off at about five houses...
Next year I am thinking we will go back to just hanging out at home watching Scooby Doo on DVD.

Emily A. W. said...

They look great! I am impressed with the inclusion of the GPS unit. I suppose that means he has used one? Have you tried Geo caching with him? Treasure hunts? Very cool!

I like the idea of going to see old people on Halloween. Nothing excites them more than children in overfluffy costumes.