Last year, we took Isaac trick-or-treating for the first time. It was an odd experience--I couldn't help but see it through his eyes. Here he was, wearing a large purple wizard cape, walking up to people's houses, taking candy from them, and walking away. Who does that? What sense does it make? And why doesn't anyone invite us in?
We tried it again this year. Same cape, but a pretty different boy in many respects. He's still not that big on chocolate, but he did get the costume concept, which was neat. And he still didn't quite understand why we couldn't go in the houses. Here's the photographic evidence:
Most popular haul of the night? A tiny package of Goldfish crackers, which he devoured in a local noodle shop before we went home.