Halloween is my favorite holiday of the year. I absolutely love the sheer fun and magic of the holiday.
I want to remember how Jeff helped the kids pick out their outfits this year. “No more sissy costumes, Mom!” was heard in the house.
I want to remember how my children loved getting into their characters as witches and zombies.
I want to remember having cousins to celebrate with at the last minute. Cousins are just so much fun.
I want to remember the sheer joy of having a little one for Halloween again. That feeling is why people keep having more children.
I want to remember how excited they were for each other to get into their costumes. A squeal or two was heard.
I want to remember how I was slightly scared to think that Rebecca will be in High School next year. Yikes.
I want to remember how Sam borrowed Skylar’s bumblebee costume. The curly blonde hair continues.
I want to remember how Skylar would tell the neighbors, “You have the good candy.” Gotta love the brutal honesty and no filter that autism brings with it.
I want to remember the tradition of celebrating on Wagon Wheel with good friends for the past 3 years.
I want to remember how a simple thank you makes everything worth while. And it’s cuter when it sounds like “tank ooo”.
And I want to remember this moment forever.