Halloween '09

So I mentioned in the last post that we went to an event at our church on Halloween. Instead of having a Fall Festival this year (like we have had the past few years), we decided to do a different type of outreach to our neighborhood. We began the evening with a cookout at the church (where we ate the pumpkin roll and other yummy goodies!). We then split into teams and went out into the neighborhood to go trick-or-treating. However, it was trick-or-treating with a twist. When the owner of the home gave the children candy, one of the adults would then give the owner a pre-wrapped (didn't want them to worry about the safety of it) muffin with information about our church and the Gospel. It was a neat way for the children to get to trick-or-treat and for the adults to make some connections with those living in the neighborhood around our church. Daniel and I didn't dress up this year, but our son was most definitely the cutest dressed baby this world has ever seen! :) Take a look for yourself...

"I'm not so sure about this..."

I mean, is that not the most adorable giraffe you've ever seen?!

Oh how he's going to love these pictures when he's 15!

"And this is supposed to be fun?"

Beautiful Cinderella (sweet Austyn) meets UPSET giraffe!

Calmed down and ready to go...okay, so maybe he's just calmed down :)

"Are all of these pictures necessary?"

What happens when a 3-month-old gets hungry while trick-or-treating. Good thing Daddy's strong!

Love these two so much!

Typical New Orleans road...I'm not sure if the picture does it justice, but this was a deep hole!

Our group walking around the neighborhood

The Bramlett Family on 10/31/09

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