We started the day out at Target where I got the kid's pictures taken (I'm milking that Anastasia dress for everything it's worth after all the effort I put in it). Following pictures, we rushed Gabby to school, at 1:15 she was in her school parade. After school was out, we went and saw Aunt Bridgette (below) who works at American Family Insurance.
We probably could have ended the whole event after our visit to Bridgett's work. Note to self: insurance agencies have LOADS of candy, regardless of holidays and are very willing to dump their load on your kids.
Following the successful stop at American Family Insurance, we made our way to the mall for indoor trick-or-treating (I've taken Gabby there just about every year since she was born because it's warm, and there are so many kids which makes it really fun).
We then visited Grandma Maggie, following which we hit our neighborhood streets. Noah took the kids out first and hit the jack pot by jumping in on another ward's (not ours) trunk-or-treats.
When the evening came to a close, the kids were unable to fit all of their candy in our largest pot. I had Noah take it to work today and only leave a few items for the kids so they wouldn't go into sugar shock.