Taylor has known for a month that she wanted to be Sleeping Beauty or ‘sopapilla’ as it sounds like when she says it. I don’t think this is her favorite princess but her choice since it is the one dressed in pink and pink is Taylor’s favorite color. We had several days of celebrating since they did a Fall Festival and parade at Taylor’s school, a Halloween party with church friends tonight, and then trick-or-treating around our cul-de-sac.
In Taylor’s class alone they had most of the Disney princesses covered.
Taylor adores her teachers Ms. Kim and Ms. Rosemary! God bless these women for working with toddlers in their costumes all day!
The obligatory pictures in front of the house. Taylor has been telling me all week about how she is going to have a crown, a wand, a pretty dress, and slippers. She will turn you into whatever princess you want to be with her wand, even if you are a boy(just ask Chris). Plus she has been very sweet and wants to buy everyone else a costume or will tell me to go to the grocery store to buy them a certain costume.(I’m afraid that if I don’t write it down here that I will forget all these cute facts with a baby coming tomorrow.)
Taylor enjoyed swinging on the big girl swing at the Halloween party and was telling Daddy all about it. Another group shot and trying to get multiple kiddos to sit still and look the same direction never works out. Pumpkin Mommy(hours away from Elizabeth’s birth) and my sweet princess!
Last family photo before Elizabeth. Army Man Daddy and Princess Taylor. We have the sweetest neighbors who were all gathered outside to hand out candy to the kids and hot dogs to the parents. Taylor was thrilled to go to one house and then get candy from all the neighbors gathered here. She couldn’t wait to get back to our house to show KK, Ya-Ya, and Nana what treats she got. KK did a great job of working with her on what to say but Taylor was a little confused when it came time for us to hand out candy to other kids. She kept asking for her bag for candy.
The candy has been handed out, the princess dress hung back up, treat from the Halloween Fairy in place to replace all but 3 pieces(that Taylor picked out) of candy, and final preparations for our next princess’ birth are being done. I hope everyone had a very Happy Halloween!