Thursday, November 1, 2012


For Halloween we didnt do tons during the day.  Brad was at school all day and me and the boys spent the day watching cartoons and eating snacks.  Then when Brad got home, we grabbed our stuff and drove out to the valley.  As soon as we came up over that hill, it really started to feel like Halloween.  It was starting to get dark and all the houses had their porch lights on and jack-o-lanterns all lit up, just waiting for trick-or-treaters!
We had some of Emily's delicious lasagna and skyped with Grandma and Grandpa Robison to tell Grandpa happy birthday and then we went out trick-or-treating.
Clark was so excited and happy.  Every door they went to, he would say "trick-or-treat... Im a Police Officer".  I think the highlight of his night was when a guy at one of the houses said "goodnight officer!".  He has told me that story like 30 times today... and I was there.
Clark was very proud of the fact that he wasnt scared.  He kept informing people that Halloween is just pretend. 
Kalvin didnt really trick-or-treat.  He was thrilled with walking around on the dark, empty street and seeing Clark and his cousins ruuning around screaming and laughing!
When we came home, Clark only wanted two pieces of candy and then he was done.  He just wanted to share the rest with everyone, the little sweetie. 
We got to watch some Robison home videos that were the gratest thing ever!!  I got to see Brad as a little thirteen year old and he was adorable.  Now I know where our little boys get it from.  It was a great night.  We didnt get home til late and the boys were exhausted, but it was all so worth it.  It was a very happy Halloween!!!

1 comment:

  1. I was wondering why we didn't see you at the trunk or treat. Looks like you had tons of fun though. And those boys are SO adorable. Officer Clark looks so grown up all decked out in his uniform. Love it!