It’s hard not to get caught up in looking forward to next Halloween. Don’t get me wrong, I am loving this one! Eric and I have had so much fun with window stickers, pumpkins, spiders, you name it. I brought in the pumpkin this morning that we are going to carve tonight and he was so, so excited – he could barely contain himself! I went to put it on the table and he was quite upset; he wanted it on the floor “right there!!!” so that he could check it out and sit by it as I got ready. There is a huge spider on a house on the way to daycare (fake, as big as the house) and every morning as we drive by it he exclaims, “Big Spider!!” He is totally loving it.
I do think forward, though. Next Halloween, Nat and I will be able to compare costumes for our little ones. I do believe it will happen, I’ve gotta believe! Next Halloween, Danny will be able to hear Eric’s excited squeals and give his own. I look at all of the words Eric has learned for Halloween and fall and am so excited to see what Danny picks up next year. Plus, of course, just double the fun with two boys to enjoy the holiday!
We did Fall Festival at daycare yesterday. Neither of the boys minded any of the costumes at all, and Eric had a lot of fun. We saw a lot of his friends dressed up too, they were far too cute. Of course, so were my boys. There was a girl about 12 helping the festival, part of a girl scout group doing community service, who had bilateral cochlear implants. I didn’t want to make her uncomfortable, so I didn’t ask any questions, but she commented on Danny’s hearing aids and I shared that he was in the process of going bilateral himself. It was pretty amazing to watch her hear without any problems even in the crazy bussle of a daycare festival with kids everywhere.
It’s amazing how many children you see with health problems and such when your own child has them. I guess I didn’t pay enough attention before Ava, kwim? Small world!
I think your boys are way too cute to be pirates!! (But Danny is missing teeth, so maybe?) LOL
Happy Halloween from Canada! Thanks so much for the wonderful pictures Kelly. I just love my grandbabies so darn much,and they look like they are having a ball. I am so happy that you are having so much fun with them. Isn’t being a mommy the best thing in the whole world? Boo…. love mom, keep having fun and I hope you get lots of treats tomorrow.
Ahhh, so cute! Love the pic.
And yeah… gotta believe!
HAPPY HALLOWEEN to our 2 little pirates, have fun tonight. Love Gramma and Grampa
How cute are they! I’m always caught by how much your Eric looks like my nephew Erik did when he was 2.