To Infinity And Beyond, Yee-haw!

It has been a hectic few days for my Kindergartener. Last Friday they had field trip to a nearby nature park. Saturday, they had a Fall Fest (photos below). Monday, was Halloween in their school, then today another field trip to watch a play Goodnight Moon.

Yesterday, after lunch they got dressed and had a Halloween Costume Adjective parade around the school block. They partnered up with their 3rd grader Big Buddies.

The weather cooperated but still Evan had 3 layers on him underneath his costume which was good because it got a little chilly in the soccer field where they assembled for the judging of the “most creative adjective” to describe their costumes. Evan used the word “intrepid” (fearless, daring, adventurous) courtesy of dad.

Then it was snacktime inside their classroom, some singing and dancing (to spanish songs of course). Evan even did some breakdancing moves – wish I had gotten a video of that.

We went home, did his homework, changed costume to go trick or treating around the neighborhood. Evan was so lucky to have gotten TWO cool costumes from his cousin Rohan. Mommy was so lucky not to spend money or energy in making him one =)

Then, what else, did trick and treating in neighborhood with his bestfriend.

Called it a day very happy with his loot at past 6pm. I told him that he can eat 1 big treat or 2 small treats, and he chooses this:This morning after dividing his treats to share with his cousins in the Philippines, Evan calls out “mom, I am done! Now we can email them to my cousins.” We love Halloween.

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2 Responses to To Infinity And Beyond, Yee-haw!

  1. Ed says:

    I’m going to have to try that with my daughter, ‘sharing with cousins in the Philippines.’ She has way too much candy from last night. For now, my plan was to sneak a handful out after bedtime and leave it on the break room table at work the next day.

  2. geri says:

    Ed, I don’t think they will notice if you take out some, I even added to his cousin’s share when he wasn’t looking and he didn’t know the difference. Evan had a sweet cupcake, 2 candies in school before the Trick or Treat that’s why I had to limit him to 2 afterwards.

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