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Halloween

I don't participate in Halloween. But I do take pics of the grandkids in their costumes. This is 2 of my granddaughters. I didn't see my other 2 granddaughters because they didn't come over to see me. Darn parents- I told them I wanted to see them.



This is 2 year old Kaelynn dressed as a ladybug. She's not too happy there. She didn't take a long enough nap and was miserable. 


This is 3 year old Kendra dressed as The Little Mermaid. And since it's cold here they also have to bundle up in warm clothes.


This is my handsome 2 month old grandson, Keith, smiling for his grandma, whom I watched while his parents were busy with the girls.

In the meantime, I made a chicken dinner with rice and green beans. Today, it's a pork roast in the crockpot with potatoes and carrots. Yum! Hopefully, I can get some crafts done today. I don't know, I sure am wasting time on the internet and listening to Keith Urban. And yes, I do call my grandson Keith Urban. 

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