We spent the weekend before Halloween in Baker City, so we got to have a bonus trunk or treat before Halloween with my family there. Sarah caught on to the joy of Halloween candy and it quickly became her new favorite holiday.
Monday was Halloween, and my parents were planning to come to Fruitland to spend the evening with us. Unfortunately, Dad got stuck at work, and it didn't look like they would be able to come. On top of not having Grandma and Grandpa coming to play with us, we realized we had left Sarah's costume at their house. Never fear. A true Cinderella lover has a back-up Cinderella costume (or 2 or 3 in Sarah's case.) I fixed up another dress I had picked up at a yard sale for a quarter, and Sarah was set to go.
Cinderella is always losing her glass slipper.
The beautiful princess ready for Trunk or Treat
As we were leaving for the church, my parents surprised us with a call that they were pulling into town. Yay! We had a great time at trunk or treat with Grandma and Grandpa, and Sarah had her best Cinderella dress back.
After trunk or treat, we did some neighborhood trick or treating with Grandma and Grandpa.
Examining her hoard. The good news is that Sarah hates peanut butter, so I inherited all of the Reese's and Snickers (and plenty of other things while she wasn't looking). Sarah can't wait for next Halloween. In the meantime, she makes me dress up as the fairy godmother every time she dresses as Cinderella.