Halloween Two Thousand Seventeen



The dinosaur phase is still going strong at the Buhrs so of course Bentz wanted to be one for Halloween!  He actually understood the whole Halloween thing this year and was super excited for it, plus he's been into scary stuff:  skeletons, pumpkins, witches, ghosts, etc.

We ordered the dinosaur a few weeks earlier and he didn't want to try it on until randomly one day.  Then he did didn't know what he thought of this whole dressing up thing.


Go look in the mirror!


Pause.  Pause.  Pause.


And smile.  :D


I would like to add more traditions to our family, including carving pumpkins like I used to do every Halloween.  Traditions are the best and the memories last forever!  This year was a little winged, but Bentz wanted a jackolatern with big scary dinosaur teeth so that's exactly what he got.


What, you don't let your kid play with big knives?


Earlier on Halloween day, I caught him playing trick or treat with himself and the candy bowl.  He wouldn't eat the candy, just put it in his own bucket, back and forth. 


He was a pretty cute dinosaur.  He told people, "thank you so much" in this cute high voice.


In Arizona, everybody sits out on their porches/driveways on Halloween night and mingle with the neighbors and such.  Halloween was how we met a bunch of people in our new neighborhood.


We got home from trick or treating and Bentz wanted tomatoes.  :P  He's been organizing his candy and even took a nap with the whole bucket.


My mom always gets into holidays and sent us these pictures of her and Jeff which I have to include.


I didn't dress up, but I did get dressed.  :D  I also immediately got puked and peed on, but still the best Halloween yet!!

Hope you had a happy Halloween!

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