Saturday, November 6, 2010

Halloween 2010

It's taken me over a week to get my actual Halloween post in, but finally it is here. After we left Jackson's Orchard last Saturday afternoon, we headed home to let Nana fix Charli's hair because I'm just not so good at fixing hair, and she does a fabulous job. CB got a little cuh-razy while it was getting done and sadly got put in time out with almost having to wait an extra hour late since she was acting so naughty.( I just keep telling myself that it is only a stage! ha.) But she realized what she was doing wrong, apologized for it and finished getting ready.

But here is my little pretty princess Belle...


This is at Mrs. Ogle's house that lives across the street, she was glady not home this year. Last year the lady gave us a box of twinkies and brings us stale bread to our yard sales. Love her little her we just love her though!
Sweet Aunt Peggy is now in a local nursing home which has been a huge ordeal with our family and is having a hard time with being there but she still loves seeing Charli B come see her! Try not to pay attention to CB's face she probably has some of Aunt Peg's stale one hundred year old candy. Seriously.
My girl and I at a local trunk -or -treat. We hit up all of the cars in about 30 seconds.
CB running towards her Aunt Vicki (a.k.a her favorite person ever)

Every year our family meets up at our grandparent's house for Halloween night, where we have soup, chili, sausage balls and other snacks, not to mention hand out plenty of candy. Little did I know that Maw had bought CB make up, Belle turned into looking like Mimi from Drew Carey by the end of the night!
Next year, if you are still following my blog then, please remind my Mother and I to not purchase a tutu dress for a costume. It was adorable, then it kept getting knotted from the wind and walking. I think CB heard "being a princess is hard work" a million times while wearing that outfit. We sure did get our moneys worth out of it though!
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Day 5 - Experiences:
"Experience is what you get, whenever you did not get what you wanted"
We all hate them at some point, then we gradually begin to appericiate them because they make us who we are at the end of the day.

Day 6 - Food...need I say more? ha. I am also thankful that my Mother is practically my very own Paula Deen because her cooking is fabulous, but I cannot cook to save my life. Someone please teach me already and pray that I have patience while learning!

11 comments:

Elizabeth said...

So cute! I love her little dress!

I'm not good at cooking either, but luckily I enjoy practicing, and thankfully the hubs isn't a picky eater! :)

TOLIVER FAMILY said...

adorable princess there!

Lindsey said...

cute!! And so sweet of you to go see your Aunt! that means more to people then we realize some times!! I bet it made her day!!

Erin said...

Love CB's costume! Preslee needs that next year! Where did you all get it??

Erin said...

oh super cute :) love her outfit!!! Dont worry I just posted my halloween post today ha ha!

Kendra said...

she is so adorable. Looks like you all had a great time.!

Gina said...

Beautiful costume! I'm terrible at doing hair too. At least your own always looks cute!

Becca said...

Too cute! I about died at the Mimi comment! That is way too funny!

Kristin said...

Such a Beautiful little princess!!! And I love that she was Belle HA! and I LOVE Paula Deen!! She is one of my Fav ppl!!! 30 Days~Day 5: Sometimes we must thank God for Unanswered Prayers (yes, i stole that from the Great GARTH BROOKS! HA!!) Happy Monday!! Loves!! :-)

Jen said...

What a cute little princess! =)

Lexie Loo & Dylan Too said...

She looked so pretty in her costume!

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