They didn't even make it past the entry way before plopping themselves down and examining their loot.
"Mommy, can I have another piece?" Little Man asked and when I answered "Sure, it's Halloween," he must have caught my tone. I didn't say, "You can eat as much as you want," because that seemed like words a mommy shouldn't utter when it comes to candy, but that is what I was thinking.
And Little Man was in tune with that vibe.
It may have been the greatest moment of his life. They both immersed themselves into Skittles, fruit snacks, tootsie rolls (I found it interesting that they left most of the "good" candy alone) and Little Man's new found favorite of pixie sticks.
And I let them live it up.
Yesterday, we put on the costumes one final time for the year and brought their candy to a local orthodontist who paid them for it (I believe the candy is sent overseas to soldiers) and then we went and picked out some toys with the money.
Trick or Treating
Kiwi walked right into our neighbors house (and we've never been inside before). He opened the door and she started heading for the dining room. She caught on soon enough.
Our little monkey
Little Man, Kiwi, and Princess A.