Molly's school had a Parade of Words for the kids on Halloween day. Each child was asked to describe their costume with a specific word. Kindergarteners described with nouns. Other grades described their costumes with adjectives, adverbs, verbs and phrases. It was a creative way to add a little education into the holiday festivities.
The kindergarten team dressed up as a box of crayons. What's your favorite color? Ours is orange! Yay Ms. Colella!
As always, our first stop is to Trick-or-Treat at Grams and Pop's house. The girls love the full size candy bars there.
The girls were happy to take a picture with Grams and Pop before heading on to Keira and Maya's neighborhood for Trick-or-Treating. Molly is Rapunzel and Leah is Strawberry Shortcake.
Molly and Matilda were both Rapunzel from the movie Tangled. Note the important difference though. Molly will quickly point out that she is Rapunzel from the end of the movie (when her hair is short and brown), while Matilda is from earlier in the movie when she still has very long blonde hair.
Rapunzels are joined by Merida and Strawberry Shortcake (who's not technically a princess, but pretends to be one when she wears the crown Leah has on). Add in Izzy and Optimus Prime, and we've got the whole gang.
I think they may be excited to get started.
Molly and Simon were typically out front. We had to keep slowing them down so the others could keep up.
Leah definitely liked getting some candy.
Leah took her time to pick out exactly the piece of candy she wanted at each house, which often meant she was struggling to keep up with the bigger kids who'd grab and go.
Of course, every now and then you need to inspect your loot!
Back at Keira and Maya's house, the girls inspected what they received and picked out 2 pieces of candy to eat that night.
Molly chose this huge gummy Lifesaver, but had a bit of trouble actually biting through it.
After sugaring up, all the kids had fun attacking the giant Frankenstein, though Leah looks to be too excited to participate.