The kids' costumes were very simple. They were put together using things we already had or borrowed or Emily made. At first, Lincoln wanted to be Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle. Then he REALLY wanted to be a "butter-thy" like Emily. I finally convinced him to be a cowboy like Curious George in Curious George Goes to a Costume Party. He had to bring a costume to preschool on Tuesday.
Emily had to bring her butterfly costume to school twice, but I never saw the full outfit complete with butterfly flip-flops, thus no picture. Austin usually takes the kids trick-or-treating while I stay home and answer the door, but he was traveling for work. Thankfully, our international host student eagerly volunteered to take the kids even though she had never been trick-or-treating before. The kids had fun going out around the neighborhood for about 45 min. until Emily's basket was full and Andjelka had to get back to campus for a meeting. We had very few trick-or-treaters even though the weather was decent. There's a reason I buy Mounds and KitKats to hand out! ;o)