I absolutely loved watching Siena trick-or-treat. She ran from house to house saying "I go-a next!" She was loving it. (p.s. that car starting in the video was not one of the cars she was running towards. promise.lol)
When we first started out the people on our street would just put their basket out and let her grab her own candy..the only problem was that she didn't understand the concept of only one.
At one of the first houses, they opened the door, Siena walked right in and then proceeded to take FIVE pieces of candy and threw it in her bucket. She then said very sweetly, "Happy Halloween!" hahah. Whoops. Good thing she's only 2 and they were laughing with us.. whew.. that coulda been awkard..lol
We worked on her door approach for the next couple houses after that. About 3 houses later she stayed outside when they opened the door and if they held out the bowl, she only took one.
We also quickly found out that Smarties are her absolute favorite. Anytime someone would hold the bowl out to her she would only pick out smarties if they had them. If they didn't have them, you could see her pause and scan the candy for smarties before "settling" on a snickers or kit-kat.lol She is one funny girl.
I believe I posted on here last year with her "door approach," so I made sure to get a quick video of that again once the night was over. She had it down, it was so cute to hear her tell the people "Thank you! Happy Halloween!" without me having to prompt her.
Siena loved the carnival games that they had and couldn't get enough of them.
She also got to go inside and explore a firetruck which she loved. When it drove away she started crying and saying "My firetruck!" It was pretty cute.
Some of you may have seen the picture of our side table as well. I found one old-school picture with it barely in the background from before when it was green. Maybe you can get an idea of what it looked like before. It was entirely painted this green color, that we really loved, it just didn't match anymore.
|See it back there? super hard to see, but you can get the idea.|