Friday Sophie wore her Halloween outfit from Grandma and Grandpa Uhl. I put on her bonnet and we …
… walked down the street to hang out with Pat and Harold (who prefers to be called “Baldy” or “Mayor of Grant Street”).
All four of us watched the Woodfill Elementary students parade around the neighborhood in their costumes.
When Andy came home he introduced her to the music video “Thriller.” I thought it might scare her but she just laughed at the zombies.
Then we put Sophie’s costume on—she was a mama kangaroo. Tucker, however, thought she was a big chew toy. We had to quickly teach him otherwise.
Nini and Grandpa came over …
… and we passed out candy.
Griffin, our next door neighbor, came over to play with Sophie and help pass out candy, too.
After Sophie put on her pjs, she opened a present from Nini and Grandpa.
It was a book about Sophie’s favorite thing—leaves—which Grandpa read to her.
“A grandmother pretends she doesn’t know who you are on Halloween.” —Erma Bombeck