In these here parts, every day is dress-up day. Halloween night usually means we go with our cousins and stop at our favourite neighbours', who love to see the kids, then off to Grandma's and then onto the church for the Harvest Party. This year, all of the kids, as well as, my husband were not feeling well. I had just returned home from my retreat two hours before and they just had to dress up anyway! We didn't end up going to the church, which is a twenty-five minute drive for us but we did manage to visit a few people with our beautiful butterflies, Egyptian princess and little cowboy :)
But, it wouldn't matter what day it was, these children of mine love nothing more than dressing up and play-acting. We've joined a homeschool theatre group and are presenting Peter Pan in June. This will feel quite natural to my children as they dance about as some new character a few times a day. My husband and I have no lack of entertainment. Now, if only someone would come and make all this candy disappear!