It was a busy three days. I'll sum up.
First, we had to go pumpkin hunting on Wednesday.
Then there was the school party to attend on Thursday.
Remember that bag I threatened to make? Well, I remember seeing a bag Ellen had made awhile back and revisited the page it was on. Turns out, all of the directions are there, save for the very last ones which were simple enough to figure out! Thanks, Ellen! You rock! (And she's so talented. Seriously, you need to check out her quilts!)
See? A few dozen napkins and suddenly I felt like I could sew a few more straight lines and make Caitlin a permanent, lovely, non-plastic Halloween bag!
Plus? It's reversible. Halloween on one side, polka dots on the other. Stylish!
Caitlin loved it. I soaked up the applause.
Then it was time for pumpkin carving.
No, not that one. She made that at school.
Finally, on Friday, Halloween arrived and it was time to get the show on the road.
In case you're wondering why Emma got to be the dragon, it's because she Roars! Very cutely, too. The twins went out trick or treating with Caitlin until they got tired of it. We then retired back to Nana-Sue at headquarters and went exploring.
Eventually the rampaging horde returned, triumphantly loaded down with the spoils of war.
Then, it being very late, we took our wild offspring home and put them to bed. Another holiday over.
However, it probably won't be the last we've seen of Tiger Boy*! (Because we need to get more than one day's use out of that outfit. Cute!)