Halloween of 2015 looked a little like this...
Much like Halloween of 2014, Annie wanted to be a pink superhero.
Actually, she wanted to dress up in a $75 pirate costume she spied in a mail order magazine (but mama don't pay $75 for Halloween costumes).
We always trick-or-treat in the same place (a neighborhood, much nicer than ours).
Josh spotted it a few years back and said, "Just wait until you see where I'm taking you trick-or-treating this year!"
And we've gone back there every year since.
We always start off at this little park.
Where everyone loads up with acorns (getting pegged by flying acorns has become part of our Halloween tradition).
In fact, you can see Courtney Lee's stash in her back pockets.
And then I always take a couple of group shots before heading out to the first house.
These two wrestled and goofed off the entire time (as usual).
Miss Yans was nervous about going up to doors by herself (something she's never done before).
But after hitting just a few houses, she changed her tune (because she realized she got more candy when she was the only one standing at the door).
That was an acorn shot to the head.
More on the way.