If I asked Quinn what she wanted to be for Halloween, she would tell me a ball, dog, cow or night, night because that's about all she says to everything.
Tonight I taught her beep, beep which is pretty fun and I'm hoping she starts using it in public.
I took Quinn trick or treating on Tuesday night around my parents area. I brought her by my parents and since my mom is too cheap to buy candy (kidding, mom!), she gave her a box of Frosted Flakes and Nutrigrain Bar.
Chocolate or cereal, it's still food in Quinn's book so she was happy. If you ever need to bribe Quinn, just say anything about food and she'll be on you like white on bread.
I had woken Quinn up from her nap in the car so she wasn't too pleased to be taking any sort of picture.
After we were done at my parents, we went into town and visited my Grandma M. and then hit a couple more neighborhoods up for candy.
It was fun taking Quinn this year. She didn't understand the going up to people to get the candy or rather she was just too shy and scared to. But she knew that she had some goodies in her bucket.
She had a great time running down driveways and waving to all the other kids.
We stayed up about an hour and a half past her bedtime but it was a lot of fun for the two of us! Hubs had to miss because of work & pool league.
On Halloween, our town had trick or treaters so we dressed Quinn up and had her greet everyone at the door. It was a perfect little Halloween.
If you're wondering what Barney & I were for Halloween, just take a look at this precious little picture.
I was Psy...you know...Oppa, Gangnam Style.
Barney was Bruce Mitchell with his boyfriend Jeremy as the alligator. "Shooot 'em, shooot 'em".