For the troops of course!
(although now I'm thinking that he may have said he wanted to be a Pilot also, but he doesn't pronounce his L's that well. Arrrr-gh.)
80's Popstar. Like totally.
I did a similar outfit when I was about her age, but I can't find the picture to do a split screen, so here is an 80's popstar with her mother who can't let go of the past.
This is the scene BEFORE we even got to our first neighborhood to Trick'r Treat. 4:08pm. Yikes.
Time to wrap it up. 8:15pm.
Important question - what do you do with all that junk? (Obviously junk does not refer to peanut m&m's, junior mints, reeses, kit kat and twix, (i will take care of those thank you)) Any suggestions? Do you let them gorge themselves until they are sick of it and hope it teaches them a lesson, or do you let them have one piece a day until next spring? See Halloween poll.
* I just found a great option for the candy question, and an idea that is totally endorsed by Misty May herself: send the candy to the troops. Some dentists are even collecting candy and shipping it. To find a local drop off point near you go here.