Last night this address was full of some very scary people and other interesting characters. The Websters once again put on a great Halloween activity for their friends and family.
Last year was a freezing, windy night so this year Mum volunteered to have Noah stay at home with her so he could be warm and comfortable, and we could enjoy the night without worrying about him being cold. It turned out to actually be a beautiful evening for it. Lots of people turned out with their car boots all decorated for the kids to go trick or treating. Aaron was once again an axe murderer.
Everyone did an awesome job decorating their car boots.
Levi and Louise always go way out and have awesome costumes. This year they even decorated their boat to match their pirate theme!! The kids thought it was heaps of fun to go up to the boat to get some lollies.
Jay and Harri both wanted to go as characters out of Star Wars. Jay had pestered Mum for weeks to make him a cape as he wanted to be Obi-Wan Kenobi. He was so happy with it. They both got SO many lollies and treats.
Kobe wouldn't keep his hat on but was supposed to be a Christmas elf. Lots of people asked if he was Robin Hood which he actually did look like more than an elf, but either way he looked pretty cute despite the red tights :)
I was going to my 20 year high school reunion straight after and didn't think I should turn up looking like a witch or something scary (although Aaron did tell me I wouldn't even have to dress up to be a witch!!). Instead I decided to not dress up at all and went as myself as the paparazzi ;)
There were some awesome costumes. I love seeing what everyone turns up in.
The three blind mice!
Makayla and Morgan looked awesome as the Tin Man and Scarecrow out of the Wizard of Oz.
There were some very cute bumble bees around!
Jonty as the cutest little Harry Potter ever!
Steph once again outdid herself with the cutest costumes - Chloe was Little Miss Muffett and Lachie was such a cute little spider. Eden of course is a crayfish! Classic!
Jackie and Mark put on a sausage sizzle and organised lots of games and prizes for the kids.
We ended off the night with hayrides on Uncle Kim's truck.
It was such a beautiful night for it.
Everything is looking so beautiful after all the rain we have had recently. Mum and Dad's house looked like it was out of a postcard.
Thanks Jackie and Mark for organising such a fun night. The boys were looking forward to it for about a month!