So this year was a pretty fun one for Trick-Or-Treat!
The past few years Ace could really give a crap. I think it was more of an inconvenience for him actually. He probably saw Trick-Or-Treat as just wearing some uncomfortable clothes…being made to walk (ride in the stroller or Dad’s arms) an insanely long distance…being surrounded by people with bad customes…and it was all for nothing! He didn’t even like candy!
But, this year was a different story. I was so proud of him. We took off from Grandma’s house walking…yes actually walking this year. He was carrying his candy bucket, kept his hat on, and only tried ripping his costume off a few times. 😀
Ace walked house to house, up and down stairs, for six whole blocks without even being asked to be carried. (My arms thanked him) 😀
There was some people trying to be scary to the little kids by wearing scary masks while passing out the candy. We walked up to one house and here comes a girl about Ace’s age with tears flying. I thought about walking past this house to keep Ace from getting scared, but then I changed my mind. After all, Halloween is all about being a little scared, right?
Ace walked up to the scary guy with some weird mask on and just stared at him like he was thinking, “What the hell is wrong with your face?” Ace took his candy and calmly walked to the next house. I was rolling… 😀
After about 6 blocks Ace has had enough and his candy bucket probably weighed about as much as he did. We called it a night and went inside to check the candy for tampering. There were a few pieces where I deemed that a taste test was necessary… 😀
Next year’s post will probably be about how out of breath I will be after chasing him from house-to-house, keeping him out of the street, and my sugar deprevation. 😀