We spent most of the day running errands and getting a few things done around the house.
Then in the late afternoon it was time to get Lincoln geared-up for some Trick-or-Treating.
Of course we had to have a little photo shoot while he was in his costume.
Again, our little Shaun of the Dead.
We hit Andy's dad's first for our Trick-or-Treating. Lincoln scored big with a big box of goldfish crackers!
After that we head over to Lincoln's Grandpa Rigtrup's house where we had a nice little visit.
The plan was to take Lincoln around to a few of the neighbors when we got home, but Lincoln (who had refused to take his afternoon nap) decided to fall asleep in the car. So, when we got home he went to bed for a little while instead.
The rest of the night was spend eating some yummy pizza from Zubs and answering the door for Trick-or-Treaters.
I'm sure Lincoln will be much more into the whole Trick-or-Treating thing next year.
This year Halloween fell on a Saturday, so all of our work parties were on Friday.
The day started with me decorating my office with a bunch of Jack-o-lanterns.
And here I am in my costume. Can you guess what I am? That's right! A Lakitu from Mario Kart!
Here I am with a couple of my co-workers. Chandra is Ursula and Orlynne is an Alien.
That afternoon both of our companies welcomed the employees to bring their kids in for a little Trick-or-Treating around the offices. I picked up Lincoln early from the babysitters and headed over to Andy's office first.
Lincoln was dressed as Shaun of the Dead:
Lincoln was VERY confused about the whole Trick-or-Treating thing, but he warmed up a bit when he realized candy was involved.
This is Lincoln after having devoured a chocolate Tootsie Pop. What a mess! But he was a happy camper!
Then we headed over to TestOut to do some more Trick-or-Treating. We didn't last too long there, but the owner Noel was able to greet Lincoln at least.
It was a pretty fun day full of Halloween festivities! I am so glad the we both work for companies that enjoy Halloween!
Hi Everyone! My name is Traci and I have been married to Andy for over 12 years. We have 3 adorable children: Lincoln, Abby and Ruggles, (although the last 2 are a bit on the furry side). I love photography and the outdoors, along with reading, movies and the occasional video game. I hope to share a lot with you through this blog....