Halloween Night – Special Needs Style

We saw these amazing Jack o’ Lanterns at one house we visited. Mr. Sensitive loved them.

We had a great time Trick or Treating last night.  Mr. Sensitive was a Roman soldier (we had to take his sword away a few weeks ago).  He proudly wore his costume and flapped his cape.

Little Miss Adorable was a pirate.

Little Miss Adorable strikes a pose in a glamourous pirate costume.

Baby Dunk – ROAR!

Baby Dunk was a lion.  Given that he recently knocked out one of Hubby’s teeth and just gave me a black eye – next year he’s going as Rocky Balboa!

After a busy night of trick or treating, immediately upon return home I quickly sorted the candy vs. chocolate vs. chips .  Candy was hidden.  (Mr. Sensitive goes ballistic with any food dye or MSG, but he is ok to eat chips and chocolate.)

Little Miss Adorable was given a few potato chips as a PWS-friendly Halloween treat.  (We felt it was better than anything sweet, and that way she could join in our family snack.)

Baby Dunk ate his way through a few chocolate bars and a pack of chips!

Once the little ones were in bed, Mr. Sensitive and I spent the rest of the evening cuddling on the sofa watching Harry Potter, surrounded by 30 mini bags of potato chips.  We both needed the cuddle time!

From Twitter:

Post trick or treat festivities: 30 mini bags of potato chips plus watching Harry Potter with my five year old.

My five year old is cuddling with my not because he is affectionate, but because there are potato chip crumbs on his side of the couch.

Hope you had a great Halloween!


About Angela

Super-powered, Special Ed teacher and special needs mama to FOUR (!) children with an assortment of special needs; including Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and Prader Willi Syndrome. Our family features a heavy dose of good ol' ADHD). I blog about our halfpastnormal life.
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