Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Halloween and Homecoming

This post may be a little bit of picture overload. Our computer has been broken so I am a little behind on the postings of the crazy Life of the Laughlins. I will try to mostly do pictures with small explanations.

Here are my sweet Little Lambs. We went to the Storybook Forest with Grammy and Papa Ron the week of Halloween and somehow this is the only picture we managed to get of the girls by themselves! Don't they look so big?
Renna enjoying some time with her cousin and Papa Ron.

Reagan loved carrying the bag of candy. She didn't get to eat much candy but had a blast carrying it around.

For Halloween we went to our friends Moose and Amber's house. Since we don't live in a neighborhood they invited us to go trick or treating with them and their sweet baby Paisley. We had a blast and the girls actually enjoyed walking around carrying their little buckets. We did not get a picture of it but it was so cute. Here we are in our family costumes Little Bo Peep, her lost sheep, and my helpful Shepherd Boy!
The girls with their favorite new friend Paisley the Bee!
The group before we left to go Trick or Treating. Scary looking group aren't we? I am pretty sure we had more fun than the kids. Thanks so much for inviting us over.
We recently took the girls back to our Alma Mater for Homecoming Walk-around. This was very exciting for Adam and I because it was the girls first time to visit the town! We both went to school there, met, fell in love, and lived there for our first two years of marriage. Needless to say we hope they want to go there to college some day. We had a great time showing the girls all of the Greek house decks. They were troopers for such a long evening and stayed awake the whole time. They didn't get into bed until almost midnight but never complained a bit! We didn't get any pictures while we were at the celebration but we did take some before we left. This is Renna on the back deck ready to do some cheering. She looks so grown up here.
We tried a long time to get a good picture of the girls together, but obviously this is the best one so we had no luck. You can see Reagan was not into the photo session. She wanted to play outside instead.
The only picture of Reagan where she was halfway smiling. See any family resemblance?
Not a great family picture but the best we could get. After the photo session we were worried about how the trip would go but luckily my parents came along. We decided it is always easier to travel with grandparents to entertain the twins!
The girls with my parents. Thanks for all of your help with the girls Grandma and Papa Jim. We had a great time!