Grandma Weaver made cute outfits for our kids. Brenna was Tinkerbell (formerly called stinkerbell, but that's another story), Seth and Grant were pirates. Grant would wear his hat for a long time when he first got the costume, but on Halloween night he didn't want anything to do with it.
Seth was able to wear his costume at school for a special parade around the school with all the kids. He was pretty excited.
For some reason, the neighbors in our area weren't home on Halloween night, so we didn't really get a whole lot of trick or treat action, but the kids still had fun.
Mom and Dad went to the annual Vranes' Halloween couples party, but we forgot to bring our camera and haven't received a picture yet. We may post that one later. Amy was the tooth fairy and I was a little boy with missing teeth.
We also carved pumpkins for family night and had lots of fun. Dad saved all the pumpkin seeds and roasted them.
First time blogger here. Now family can check up on our doings in Oregon with pictures.
This will be short because it's late and I still need to clean the house before Amy gets home from Sacramento.
Now, getting down to the nitty gritty.....
Here's Grant. I'm showing this picture to show you why we call him Moose. He's only about 6 months in that picture.
Now he's 15 months and weighs about 30 pounds.
Here's our family picture at the reunion we just had in July at Grandma Weaver's House. Notice Grants immense 14 month hulkness. You may think we are overestimating his immenseness, but that's just because you haven't picked him up yet.
All right, I'm too lazy to bring the photos from the top down, so on the top the pictures are of my cute daughter Brenna and our oldest Seth. He likes to run and make noise.