Oh, Halloween with Your Scary Movies and Pesky Treaters

I just had to share some cuteness from the holiday. Technically pre-holiday since some I took on Averey’s two month photo shoot.

Halloween night Jason went trick or treating with the girls (and Fred the Cat) while I worked til dark. And after work, I tackled some photo edits. The all-women’s photography group I started with five other women over a year ago called, Chics Who Click, sponsored the photography for The North Texas Buddy Walk. I got back into town on a Friday night from Milwaukee and shot the event the next morning. *That* is a whole ‘nother blog post, but one of the reasons I was on the computer and not handing out candy (a very good reason!).

Finally, I get to sit in the living room for the first time about 8pm. I flipped on the TV for some non-thinking time and somehow get sucked in to watching Mama – in the dark – all by myself. My daughter so kindly texted me her advice to NOT watch it alone. *cry!*

Too late.

So now, I get to sleep with the flashlight next to my bed. Thanks Mama!

And now for that cuteness I promised you….

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© Angelia's Photography 2013

© Angelia's Photography 2013

I warned you about her cuteness. I could barely stand to put her down to take her photos. I’d rather hold her and talk to her, but someone has to photograph this baby. Might as well be Grammy.

On the same day as her two-month old photo shoot, we stopped at a little pumpkin patch off the side of the road. I thought…wouldn’t it be cute to get her photo with lots of pumpkins?

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Oh sure……

It is absolutely darling and Bridget is such a good little Auntie and holds her just perfectly.

© Angelia's Photography 2013

After a few clicks, the show was over and baby wanted nothing to do with any pumpkins. Or Halloween. Or Pirate ladies that worked there wanting some baby snuggles. Or buying pumpkins. Or being held over a pumpkin. Or letting both Aunties hold her while I got a picture in the pumpkins of all of them. Nope none of that.

© Angelia's Photography 2013

And when the talent is not happy, ain’t nobody happy.

Not to worry. I picked her right up and held her close. A little rock and little sway and this grand girl was just fine.

And no more pumpkin patches…..for a year anyway.

Hope you all had a wonderful Halloween. We are heading to Oklahoma tomorrow to see my Mom and take a four generational photo. Any guesses on who will be the star of the shoot?

All I can say is…… more baby time for Grammy!

18 thoughts on “Oh, Halloween with Your Scary Movies and Pesky Treaters

  1. Sydney

    Ooo you still watched Mama!! Ew that movie still freaks me out. Something bout little kids in scary movies. And gotta love Averey crying in the pumpkin patch. It’s her way or NO WAY!! Haha


    1. She did! Snatched her right from my arms wanting her baby fix. Averey cried and she gave her right back. Said my baby was beautiful. I said she is my grandbaby. Then she told Bridget her sister was beautiful. I said she is the Aunt. Poor lady was so confused. Lol.


  2. Angelia, the pics of Avery are BEYOND adorable! OMG…she is sooooooooo CUTE!!!

    Love her Halloween outfit!

    Also, that last photo of her in the pumpkin patch is just too precious. Love her bib!

    “Tutu Cute”

    Thanks for sharing, my friend…X


  3. Cute and adorable. Beautiful smiles that lights up our world and inspire us to celebrate the holidays in a special, meaningful way . Belated Happy Halloween. Now, time for Thanksgiving magic. Best wishes to you and your family.


  4. These images are precious! I would not have watched “Mama” all by myself. I think that is one of the better horror films to come in the last few years. Personally the “Ring” and “Let the Right Ones In” still reign supreme as the best horror flick created in the last decade or so. Have a safe trip to OK


    1. Well, I missed the very first part and my daughter says that is the scariest part. Lol. But yes, that movie is super scary and I also thought The Conjuring was a good horror flick, but some say it wasn’t scary enough. I personally like the first Nightmare on Elm Street as the BEST. I suppose that ages me. 🙂


      1. I have not seen The Conjuring yet but I plan to soon. Lol I admit I thought that movie was extremely scary but I recently had the opportunity to re watch it and I don’t think it holds up as well as it did. But compared to the rest of them hands down it was the best of the Freddy films. The concept of when you die in your dream you died in real life is very scary. I remember praying as a teenager not to have bad dreams lol.


  5. what a charm! so wonderful to see your newest addition and how you manage to get a post in with your busy schedule! glad you did take some time or we would have missed the little cutie ♥ i enjoyed this very much! thanks


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