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Happy Halloween 2015

I was up all night the night before (till 4am to be exact) doing the boys' costumes. Nothing like waiting till the last minute. Meh. 
I drew and cut out all the bones for Braz skeleton from faux leather-ish material and put mesh webbing on the back to iron them into his black pants and shirt. That took most of the night to do.
Beckett's leather SOA cut, I was trying to cut the vest out in one piece but it just wasn't working so I ended up hand sewing the back and front pieces together instead which probably turned out 10x better than it would have anyway. I used one of Beckett's shirts for sizing and such. I drew the patches on the white material I bought and then colored them in with black fabric marker. All by hand from a pic of Jax Teller I had (swoon). I cut them out and added the iron on webbing and stuck them on the vest. I ironed them all together the next morning and prayed everything fit and all the bones were in the appropriate places. Luckily everything worked out perfectly. Whew!
Brazos had a friend's costume/bowling birthday party in the afternoon at Grand Station so we loaded up as a family and went to do that. Only Braz dressed up of course because we knew Beckett's time in his costume would be limited due to his 2-year old tolerance level.
Hudson wore his skull sleeper though which looked pretty cool in the cosmo bowl black lights.

Ready to bowl!

Daddy and Beckett dancing

Silly Mommy

Eating pizza

Birthday crew with Grand Station bear

Awesome birthday cake

Sleepy little glow worm

Big kid

Arcade time to finish the party. 

After the party, we all went home and took a family nap. We got all dressed up and headed out to a church carnival and met up with our friends.
Jax Teller with a bink. Hard core.

Little babystein.

Boys had a blast at the carnival. I didn't get any pics some how. Haha! After the carnival, we left to go to a neighborhood to trick or treat. Braz rode with our friends and their kids, who had to do some shuffling around of kids with other parents (yours, mine, ours situation) so we got to take Hudson and Beckett to a couple houses without the big kids for a few minutes.
Babystein chillin in his stroller. 

Happy Halloweeeen!

Trick-or-Treat!

There was an actual officer having some fun with official police tape and chaulk outlines of a "dead" Buddy the Elf. 

Braz waiting on a balloon animal.

He loved it!!

Our friends niece was dressed up as the bride of Frankenstein so of course we HAD to get pics. So adorable.

Too much cuteness and what are the odds?!

I was digging in Beckett's candy and found this... Christmas comes earlier and earlier!! O.o

Halloween 2015 in the books and it was a GREAT one!

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