halloween pt 1, ’cause you know it just drags on forever

October 31, 2010 |  Category:   craft holidays

I’m all Halloween’d out even before Halloween. This is what happens when Halloween lands on a Sunday. It’s non-stop Halloween and sugar and candy all weekend long. Saturday was back to back parties starting at 10:30 in the morning and going till 4:30 in the afternoon. That’s 6 HOURS of Halloween pumpkin painting, pizza eating, cookie decorating, ghost making, costume parading, and candy hoarding. And will you take a look at this cookie decorating party? My neighbor went all out. There were more kinds of frosting and sprinkles and candy here than I’ve ever seen on a single table. I think this is even out Martha-Stewarting Martha Stewart. Their whole house looked like Halloween. Aside from a few pumpkins here and there, we’ve got nothing at our house. It never really occurred to me to put up bats or pumpkin lights for the kids, duh. I mean look at those popcorn hands. Candy corn for the nails and popcorn stuffed into rubber latex gloves. Genius. Between this party and last week’s Alice’s tea party that the girls were invited to (which I will tell you all about later), the pressure is on for Claudine’s birthday week. I’m not usually one to fall for this kind of pressure, but damn. Suddenly I’m feeling a little bit inadequate.

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  • Jen Laceda October 31, 2010 at 4:44 pm

    Happy Halloween! My little one is going for a cat look tonight, but yesterday, she was rocker ballerina! Quite a schizophrenic choice, but, oh well…!

  • Kitty October 31, 2010 at 6:42 pm

    My boss has managed to convince her son not to have a birthday party this year. Instead they went away for the wkend.

    I really think parents have to do so much more these days. The expectations are quite high.

  • Lydia November 1, 2010 at 12:34 am

    haha…looks like a kid’s dream come true! beautiful photos 🙂

  • Rowaida Flayhan November 2, 2010 at 1:03 am

    This is so beautiful love it I am sure the kids had so much fun!

  • sabrina November 2, 2010 at 3:29 am

    Love the halloween fun. Thank you for your blog, it is chock full of beautiful & clever ideas that maybe we can borrow over here at seesaw one of these rainy days! 🙂