Halloween is a very special time for the children. I remember many years ago when we went trick or treating back in Northeast Ohio. Back then it was more about playing tricks. Tricks like throwing eggs or smashing pumpkins, I’m sorry now to admit to. However, we did manage to come home with some candy. Back in those days we received large candy bars, not the little tiny pieces of candy the kids bring home these days.
Since we have two new grand daughters, Abby and Aubree, plus our two year old grandson, Rylie, we decided to show some of their Halloween pictures along with some of Robby’s friends from around the country. Caution, some of the following costumes are terrifying. You have been warned!
I’ve never heard of a Zombie Cheerleader but sounds very scary to me. Ally can certainly star in the lead role of the movie.
After showing this scary picture, it’s only fair to show this beautiful Fairy Princess. Halena certainly looks adorable in her princess outfit.
Baby Aubree is dressed as a Kitty Cat and her big brother Riley is a serious looking SWAT guy. Riley was there to protect his baby sister Halloween night. Isn’t she a cutie!
Baby Abby is dressed up as Hershey the Cat from Robby’s Quest: Return of the Cat. Even Hershey isn’t this adorable, although he certainly thinks he is.
Robert is dressed as a vicious Vampire. Such a pretty costume. Robert is seen here enjoying some of his candy.
Here is a very scary picture of Ruth, the Wicked Witch of the West. I’d be careful not to cross Ruth’s path, my pretties!
Last but not least we have two pictures of Jaden. The first picture is Jaden dressed in his Monkey costume and the second picture is Jaden after a very busy night collecting candy.
We hope all the children had a wonderful and exciting evening bringing home the loot. Kids, don’t forget to give Mom and Dad a couple pieces of candy for walking with you around the block.
Don and Cathy Rush (D.C. Rush) are authors and publishers of the Robby’s Quest children’s storybook series. Please visit our website for more information. http://www.dcrushbooks.com