Ethan dressed as WALL-E for Halloween this year.
Since he has been sugar-free for almost a year now, we didn’t do the neighborhood trick-or-treat ritual this year. Instead, we visited Fire Station #5, our local fire station to see the men there.
Then we came home to pass out pencils, stickers, rings and finger-puppets to all of our neighborhood friends who dropped by.
The weather was gorgous! We sat on the porch to hand out our “treats” and Ethan ran around the yard and greeted the coming ghouls and gobblins . . . at times with a little too much exhuberance! There were a few times that Ethan put his ghost finger puppets right into kids’ faces as he howled in a very ghostly fashion, all while the kids were patiently trying to make their way to our porch; all very Aspie moments . . . we had to spell out to Ethan that while it was exciting to share the finger puppets, most people don’t want his ghost-fingers two inches in front of their faces!
I can say with certainty, this kid had FUN on Halloween!