Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Halloween & 2 kids

Ella has LOVED witches and ghosts and pumpkins and corn mazes and all things Halloween related. She was not a tiger for trick or treating, but she did try on the mask at target.
We did go trick or treating (Ella was a witch, and Lucy stayed home with Brent, not dressed up, to give out candy) and I told Ella to knock on the door and what to say when it was opened. But, she did her own thing, saying, "I have a baby sister!" instead of the usual trick or treat. Which was adorable for me but confusing, as we did not have the baby sister with us.
Also, I'm getting marginally more comfortable with 2 kids but thats not saying a whole lot as I was deathly scared and cried every two minutes when we first brought Lucy home. And the thing is, I have so much help, and its still so hard. My parents are so helpful and so is Brent- though he does have to work- but lately he's been working from home- and he helps out when I'm in a pinch and it is so wonderful. I'm very lucky.

2 comments:

  1. Your Dad (Andy) would not go Trick or Treating when he was about Ella's age BUT he picked out a skeleton costume and wore it to answer the door... we had a full length mirror in the hall and Andy came out of the bedroom in his costume... saw his skeleton in the mirror and screamed! Nearly scared himself to death!
    So happy to know that you are managing well with two little children- they are lucky that you are their mother. Love from Granny Phoebe.

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