Our weekend was full of Halloween. Disclaimer: I don't like Halloween.
No, no. You're wrong.
You see, my idea of a good time is not showing up to a stranger’s house uninvited and demanding food. I mean, that’s just tacky.
But oh, the things we do for our children.
Saturday night Eve dressed up as Spider Girl and we headed to Haunt Moore or: Let’s Stand in One Long Ass Line for Entirely Too Long. There was no tricker treating. No games. Just one.Long.Line. Aside from watching my two year old nephew dance with the Lego Guy it sucked. We peaced out of there and headed to Louie’s for some nachos, which is my idea of a good time.
On Sunday we went to my SIL’s church for some Halloween fun time. Although I don’t think churches say Halloween anymore. I guess fall festival? But no one was dressed up as leaves or corn, so really church, just call it Halloween.
Anyway, Eva liked the games but lost her little 4 year old mind over the inflatable obstacle course. I proudly held my patience while little hellion after little hellion cut in line in front of my daughter. Too bad it’s illegal to thump the heads of other children. I’d be Queen Head Thumper*.
Whatever. When a carnie asked Eva if she was Spider Woman Eva said, “no, I’m Eva in a costume.”
*On my business card.