Our whole Halloween weekend was actually lovely! After carving the pumpkins and decorating the house on Friday, our actual Halloween celebrations on Saturday turned out completely unexpected. We were just getting ready for some shopping, when my cousin called. After a short conversation on the phone we had decided to have a little meet up in our house. The little meet up has turned into 8 adults and 6 children at our place. 😀
So we just went for a quick grocery shopping and as soon as we got back home, we started to prepare with some snacks and drinks. After seeing spooky decorated houses in our area we were in 100% in the Halloween mood, all very excited!
Luka went to the party in our neighbours house next door, dressed up as a skeleton, we dressed Daniella as a little witch (even though she was still insisting she was a princess Anna). Edward put an eye-liner on to make some dark circles under his eyes and fun has begun. 🙂
There were sooooo many trick-or-treaters knocking on our door on Halloween night!!! We had a lot of sweets at the beginning, but later we run out of them and started giving pretty much everything we had – biscuits, fruits, crisps… I suggested Edward to learn some trick instead, but he wasn’t too keen on the idea. 🙂
After our guests arrived, the whole evening was actually really lovely. Lots of noise, lots of mess, but so worth it. I actually realised how much I missed escaping from my mummy duties for an hour or so. I need to at least start going to some mummies meet ups or something to change my everyday routine slightly.
Saturday morning, after some very deep house cleaning (washing the chocolate finger prints off the walls, etc :D), we decided to go for a walk with the family – the weather was just amazing! We ended up walking for about 3 hours, exploring our lovely countryside. Daniella was extra excited to see cows and horses, feed the ducks, Harry slept in his pram for the whole 3 hours, Luka, Edward and I were just enjoying the moment. Life is truly beautiful!