Trick-or-Treating, the pirate way!

I know, more blogging about Halloween.  This is the last post, I think.  We took the kiddos trick-or-treating with the grandparents in Stillwater this year.  We started the day shopping for birthday supplies…at a party supply store…on halloween (what was I thinking???).  Katie has decided she wants a Jessie the Cowgirl cake for her birthday.  She loves Toy Story and luckily, so does her brother so having a double party with just a Toy Story theme works out great.  Except, it is really, really hard to find cake toppers.  Anyway, I found some of what I was looking for and after waiting in a long line with ghosts, goblins and some guy with a serious looking wound on his forehead,  we headed to Grandpa and Grandma’s house to start the Halloween festivities.

Captain Jake and Izzy from Jake and the Never Land Pirates.  Pretty adorable, huh?

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James, also known as Captain Jake, is insanely honest when it comes to trick-or-treating.  A little girl handing out candy tried to give this pirate an extra piece and he refused to take it since he already took one. little boy dressed as pirate in stillwater oklahoma

Katie, also known as Izzy, was a little greedy and had to be told several times to only take one piece of candy.  Who is raising this child??? little girl dressed as pirate in stillwater oklahoma

And then there’s Jack, the crazy little pirate who says “Halloween” in stead of “trick-or-treat” when he goes up to fetch his candy. little boy dressed as pirate trick-or-treating in stillwater oklahoma

This little guy was a great sport, especially since he has three teeth trying to come in! little boy sucking on binkie in stillwater oklahoma trick-or-treating pirates in stillwater oklahoma trick-or-treating pirates in stillwater oklahoma

We had the best sunset that night.
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This picture is my favorite.  It is all about the details of my little pirate that will be forgotten over time.  The pumpkin bucket that she insisted had to be green (with triangle eyes), the fake wig that we fought over the whole week before Halloween because I was afraid she would ruin it, the green glow stick that I put in a balloon and hung over her bed so she could have a cool night light on Halloween, and her little hand barely holding onto her bucket because she said it was too heavy and she needed my help carrying it.  Sniff, sniff. little girl pirate trick-or-treating in stillwater oklahoma

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