Halloween Festivities

Last weekend, the farmer’s uncle had a fun little Halloween party at his house. I dressed Peanut up and we toodled on over there.


She was so excited because anytime there’s a family get-together, there’s cousins. And cousins are the best playmates.

This is Kyle.


He’s in first grade. Peanut loves him to pieces.

And this is Caleb, his brother.


He and Peanut will be in the same grade together in school.

Here’s another shot of my sweet little cow.


If you think Peanut never gets tired of Mommy constantly taking pictures, you’d be wrong… Hence the face that says, “Really, Mommy? Really??”

I didn’t dress up for this party, but after getting there, I kinda wished I had. There were some fun costumes!


This is one of the farmer’s uncles. I wish I could have snapped a pic real quick before he put the hat on because on top of that black wig is a pretty little red bow and it looked hilarious!


Then, some of the cast of Duck Dynasty showed up!


Yep, there’s Uncle Si, Willie, and Jase. They were definitely the best part. The farmer was kicking himself that he hadn’t thought of that. He told me later, “Man! We could have been Willie and Korie!” You “guys” looked great. 🙂 Peanut spent the whole night avoiding all of them.


And she couldn’t help but just stare at the lady on the left all evening. That’s one of the farmer’s aunts and she came as “the bag lady.”She’s married to the big guy in the back.

When we received the invitation to the party, the location was “Uncle Robert’s Enchanted Forest.”


He had cleared a path through the woods for everyone to walk through. Or ride through.


It was fun! We later had a little scavenger hunt with the kids through it.

Afterwards, it was pinata time!


More cousins! Peanut stayed on the sidelines for this one.


A for effort!


Child vultures descending on the finally conquered candy. And another fun grown-up costume right out of the 1920’s.

The rest of the evening was spent visiting, eating, sitting around a campfire roasting marshmallows for smores, and, in my case, hitting if off with family I’d never met before. The kids played. The adults talked and laughed. And a great time was had by all.

Signing off,


3 thoughts on “Halloween Festivities

  1. So sorry Roger and I missed out once again! Looks like a very fun time for everyone! Hope to see you again sometime soon! Carol and Roger Hatvey

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