I never knew how much fun Halloween could be until Norah came along and I could dress her up! Michael and I usually stay home and pass out candy, but this year we just had to go and show off our little cutie. Norah had two costumes, a butterfly and a cupcake. They were both super cute, so we had to wear both of them over the Halloween weekend. Michael had to work for most of our celebrating, but I took plenty of pictures for him.
Norah in her little pumpkin outfit.
We started our Halloween celebration the Friday before Halloween. Michael's dad and I took Norah to an Arlington business' Trick or Treat celebration. She wore her butterfly costume.
I bought two cute little Halloween bibs for Norah since she's recently become the drool queen. She was very proud to show this one off.
On Sunday night, Norah and I went to the Shumaker's church for their trunk or treat. Norah dressed as the butterfly because it was so cold outside. Norah had a lot of fun right until the very end when she got ready for her bed.
I couldn't wait until I had a baby so that I could make treat bags to share with her little friends, so I was excited to get that opportunity this year. Norah and I made treat bags for all of the little kids at Mama Jane's.
My friend, Stefanie, posted these cute little tags on her blog. I was so excited that she shared them because they are adorable.
On Halloween night we went to my sister's house. She had dinner, prizes, and a hay ride for the kids. Norah also won the costume contest dressed as a cupcake. We took all of the kids around a big block. Norah stayed on the trailer and slept.