Anyway, Max was a fabulous Max thanks to Grandma Murray's help with the costume. It turned out so cute. She sewed on the buttons, tail and claws. I made the crown and the "boat" both at the last minute on Sunday afternoon even though it had been on my "to-do" list since the begining of October.
Lolli and GG stopped by to see Max in his costume.
We Trick-Or-Treated around the neighborhood and collected some goodies with the help of the older cousins. Too bad Max is too young to eat any of the candy his cuteness earned him. What WILL we do with it?
We had a great time at the Murray's house and seeing all of the cousins dressed up. The kids looked adorable!
This is a pic from earlier in the day. Max was getting into character by reading the book and hanging out with his stuffed "Max".
Also, I thought I'd share photos of our afternoon at Operation Breakthrough. Aunt Erin invited us to volunteer this past Thursday. We were so excited to help pass out candy to the cutest kids ever! Max went as Curious George (thanks, Colleen, for letting us borrow Finn's costume!) and I was "the Man in the Yellow Hat".
Lisa and Jocelyn went as a burger and fries and Erin went as a giant pumpkin.
We also got together to carve pumpkins this past Friday night. We made it into a fun adult activity after the dude went to bed.