Saturday, October 31, 2009

Rawr...Happy Halloween

Happy Halloween!

We had a great one! Emerson was the cutest little lion ever. He had so much fun in his costume. Once is was on he just went wild and didn't really stop until it was destroyed and off. He loved trck or treating. He walked with all the other kids in the rain and through the mud and huge puddles. He carried his bucket the whole time too. It was really a lot of fun even if he wouldn't stop going even for one picture!
Now onto enjoying the spoils!

9 comments:

Cindra said...

I am so impressed...when I give you an assigment you really come through! What amazing pictures. I especially love the one of Padawan Emerson. That is an award winning picture. You are so gifted. We miss you and that little guy. Love, Mom

Natalie Putnam said...

He was such a cute lion. I loved that he had no fear of the mud or rain or puddles. He loved every moment of the night :)

Olivia said...

I love this costume! He is such a cute lion, especially the sound effects!

Amy and her little family said...

haha i loved how she jumped into the deepest, worst puddles he could find. That boy is SUCH a BOY!!! No question whatsoever haha!

Emily Christiansen said...

Seriously, those costumes are made for him. He is pretty much the cutest lion ever!!!!

Amber said...

Oh there you are! I swear I looked here recently and there weren't all these posts. Maybe I'm going crazy! I love Emersons costume. He is getting so big!

Wilkerson Family said...

Emerson looks so grown up, and handsome. Your pictures are great.

I have a question for you. Do you change the dates on your posts? And if you do, how do you do it?

Lisa and Dan said...

He was a very cute lion. I love the picture of him walking away from the camera. Something about the way he is twisted and his little arm coming back on the left side is just really cute. I'm excited to be able to dress up my little boy next Halloween!

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