Happy Halloween, everybody! I hope you're having a spooktacular Halloween. Amanda and I took Hannah on her first trick or treating excursion. She was dressed as a pumpkin (huge cliche, I know, but cute), and she seemed to love it! Here she is all decked out in her costume:
|Hannah, and in the background, Rocky, one of our beautiful min pins, waiting to be let in after peeing outside (and probably wondering wtf happened to Hannah)|
|Hannah and Daddy (moi), in front of a house we had just hit up for delicious candy :)|
|Hannah and Daddy Again (Moi)|
So, after that was over with, we took her home and watched A Nightmare on Elm Street with her, and for some reason she acted, well, like a total baby. I don't get it. It's a great fit for Halloween but rather than acting grateful she was acting all terrified and insubordinate. So we of course had to punish her, and so 15 minutes of waterboarding ensued.
......YES, OF COURSE I MADE THAT STUFF UP!
She went to her grandparents after we were done trick or treating and she's staying thee for the night.
Note to the neighbourhood kids/parents:
When the front lights are off on Halloween, that means NO CANDY. Stop ringing our doorbell and making our dogs go insane!! Yes, we always give out candy but this year we were busy with Hannah. Trust me, I'm no Halloween grinch. I give out candy basically every year, but this year we did not, and I'm sorry, but you have to respect the rules. No lights, NO CANDY! And whoever rang my bell four times in rapid succession on multiple occasions should beware, because if I ever find out who they are I am going to put an apple in their pail next time.
I'll show them!!!
Enjoy the rest of your Halloween, everyone. I'm going to continue wallowing in my misery (yay bowel diseases) while I watch Wes Craven's New Nightmare....if I get a reprieve from the bathroom, that is :(