It's that time of year when the schools let the kids come in Halloween costume and the churches and businesses have Trunk - or -Treat. The big day is Monday here in our little corner of the world. My two oldest grandsons, Garret and Caleb no longer participate since they are 17 and 13. But the three younger ones still get the thrill.
My daughter-in-law has pulled off another magical homemade Halloween costume this year. This is Alexis, my 12 year old granddaughter.
And this is Alexis as the Invisible Man at school the other day. I don't know how Jamie figures these things out, but I love the ideas she comes up with.
My youngest grandchild, Colby, also belongs to Jamie and my son Chris.
He was a Power Ranger. And such an adorable one. Colby just turned 6 this month and is in Kindergarten. Can't wait to see what he is the next 6 or 7 years.
My daughter and son-in-law only have one youngest enough to participate. And that is Shelby. She's 8.
She tells us she is a diva all the time, which her definition of diva is a princess with an attitude. And that is true. She kept saying she was going to be Wonder Woman and went with her Mom to get the Wonder Woman gear and decided at the last minute to be the Pink Power Ranger (who by the way, in the show is named Shelby.)
So there you have it. My Halloween Grandbabies.