Well, that made Grace upset that she didn't get to do anything, so for the rest of the night she was in a bad mood. We got to the first tunk-or-treat, and Brentley was asleep. It was a small one, so we decided that Chris would sit in the car while I took Grace around. She would not walk. She kept pulling her legs up to where I couldn't even make her walk. She was also holding onto her candy bag for dear life. She would not let anyone put candy in it. I had to take the candy and put it in.
Then we drove to the next one. It was a big one with food, crafts, and trunk-or-treat. She was fine at first. She was riding in the stroller at first, then walking some, and she would hold her candy bag out for people. Then we came to the craft. She was thrilled to color the paper pumpkin, but we couldn't stay there all night. Other people wanted to do it, so we had to make her stop. After that there was no turning back. She was in full terrible twos mode. She would not hold her candy bag at all, and she kept trying to climb out of the stroller to go back to the coloring place. We got her a hot dog at the end, and she calmed down, but we were all freezing by this time. It was dark and only like 44 degrees. Brentley was covered up in his carseat, but I was still afraid he might get sick or Grace might get sick, so we decided to go home after that one. Unfortunately, Brentley slept the entire night, so I didn't get one single picture of him. I plan on having him and Chris get back in their matching outfits (well, Chris had a Superman shirt on), and taking some pictures of them tomorrow. Maybe Grace too because I really didn't get any good pictures of her in her costume.
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