Wednesday, November 2, 2005

Halloween!

Conner was a chicken for Halloween. Not because he particularly likes them, or we have any special bond, but because he looked so damn cute!

Halloween started Sunday night at Gramerly and Pap's for a bonfire and lots of marshmAllows!


more marshmallows



and MORE MARSHMALLOWS!



Gwen, my sister-in-law, and I are sort of in this ride together. We both came into the Paris family from completely differant backgrounds, so when things get crazy, we will ride it out together. She, Raech and I "work: on the Sunday crossword together...haven't finished one yet


OK so maybe we had some more marshmallows...


BWAAHHH! He's just so cute!






Halloween night. The trick-or-treaters were out when I rolled in from work at 5:30! I tell you it was like something out of a movie! Kids were everywhere, it was so fun!

Views from the porch



Conner and Dad


Conner and our "nanny", Adam's unclie Jimi. He has been so fabulous. He adores Conner and Conner loves him! They go for 2-3 hour walks around the neighborhood everyday. It's great!



Conner found the jackpot! Everytime a kid would come up for candy, and we would give him some, Conner would just get this very disturbed look on his face, like WHY ARE YOU GIVING MY CANDY AWAY!



"But mooom, I wanna take it off!"


Good stuff


I swear to God, if there is an unflattering camera angle, Adam will find it




6 comments:

  1. Chicken Little returns! Your wee one is cute as always. By the way his movie comes out tomorrow :o)
    I'm glad to hear that you had trick or treaters. We had many more than last year. I hope that it keeps growing.

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  2. It's amazing how big he has gotten! I can hardly believe it. I can't wait to see you guys over Thanksgiving!

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  3. How cute is he!?! It looks like he had a blast!

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  4. He's so freakin' cute! I said the same thing to Ryan as Bret posted...he is getting so big so quickly! It's nuts!

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  5. I definately like the chicken costume.

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