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Sunday, November 9, 2008

Halloween pictures, by request (thanks Amanda)

Here they are. The cutest kids on 7th street. We had a good time this year trick or treating in Glendora historic discrict during the day and then at our ward party at night. I took a bag along for Landon. I know he can't eat it all, but I can help him.
Hayden was Woody riding Bullseye from Toy Story. He would put on his horse and run through our one walkway yelling, "to infinity and beyond."
Landon was a cow. He thought it was o.k. We wanted to make him a koala, but those costumes were $80. Who has $80 to spend on a costume. I bought his thinking he could fit into a 12 month size. It was a little tight. So we added some hoofs at the knees. Sigh. The kid is 23 lbs now and growing.



9 comments:

The Taylor Family said...

I laughed when I read that Hayden said- To infinity and beyond! He almost always asks to watch Toy Story when he comes over. Landon looks so cute in his cow costume! You have such adorable little boys!

Tammie said...

What cuties! That Woody costume is so fun! I bet he had a great time in it! Wish you could have come trick-or-treating to our house. To bad that's more unrealistic then buying a 80 dollar costume! ;)

Love ya!

Andrea said...

Too cute for words!

The McCook Family said...

Hey you guys! We have been wondering about you, I found you through the Burnhams blog. How are you? We'd love to keep in touch, my in-laws were also wondering about you and were hoping you would send another Christmas card. E-mail us randy@mccooksales.com
Hope you are doing great, your boys are so cute!
Randy and Kathy McCook

Liz W. said...

Yay! Halloween pictures!

What darling boys...

The Mayer Family said...

Cuties!! I was wondering what happened, hadn't seen anything in a while... Glad you had a good Halloween!! Love you guys!

Rachel said...

Oh my goodness. Adorable! Thanks for putting them up.

Wendy said...

So, has Landon been good about sharing his candy? We didn't take a bag for Amelia, but some people wanted to give her candy anyway, which I graciously volunteered to "hold" for her.

Your boys look cute!

We're Hatchin' said...

Old Mac Donald had a farm...and on that farm he had a horse and a cow. E I E I O! What cute kids!! I hope it was a fun Halloween!