All the kids worked together to make a gingerbread 'haunted house'. Although Kaitlinwould probably tell you the truth; that it was mostly her, as the boys ate the candy and made a big mess!
The finished project: Strickland Kids' Haunted House 2010
Mason was sure to assume his favorite spot on top of our kitchen island to assist in our Friday nightPUMPKIN CARVING.
Ammon (in his apron), Braiden & his buddy Berk, Mason,and Daddy, working hard on their very artistc Jack-o-lanterns.
AND THEN TRICK OR TREATING NIGHT:
Mason was our little doctor.(Very fitting, don't you think?)
After a tick or treating to a few houses, Mason hada lot of fun handing out candy to our trick or treaters.In fact, I could not get him to sit still for this picture. It'ssuper blurry, but I still wanted to show off the back of his cute little scrubs. (Although if I could've, I would've put '....... and Lucille Packard Children's Hospital' !)
I dressed up as Mason's assistant,since I already officially am his full-time nurse!
Ammon was our very own Buzz Light Year.He loves Buzz and Woody and the rest of Toy Story!
Braiden (on the right) and his friend Berkwere rough and tough motocross racers.
Preston was a Lone Peak Knight's (our local high school)baseball player w/ a broken leg. Well, the broken leg and crutches only lasted for the school Halloween parade but, after that he decided his leg was healed for trick or treating.
Kaitlin (on the right) was the Queen of Hearts withher friends: Lachlan (Alice in Wonderland) and Rachel (The White Queen).Definitely a beautiful bunch of girls!!!
Here's our Super Nanny Sammi as the grape with all our kiddos,(I tried to get out of the picture, but Mason wouldn't allow that!)
And here we all are....The Strickland Crew on Halloween 2010.
Our family hopes all of you had a fun and memorable Halloween too.
"May the laughter of children gladden our hearts. May the faith of children soothe our souls. May the love of children prompt our deeds. 'Children are an heritage of the Lord' (Ps. 127:3)."Thomas S Monson