Little Man and me were on our own this Halloween - usually I hold down the fort and hand out candy to ghoulies and ghosties and long-leggedy beasties while the husband takes Little Man trick or treating.
Unfortunately the husband teaches on Thursday nights and we couldn't wait for him to come home since it was a school night, so off we went together, Little Man dressed up as an evil Ninja Assassin Clown and me as evil Minion.
No matter the holiday, our historical houses pull off any decoration really well. Whether creepy ghosts and rotting zombies, or sweet Christmas bows and twinkling lights - they all wear these adornments with aplomb, style and grace.
The streets were filled with roaming children, laughing and chattering as they scurried from house to house, parents in tow!
So many houses were lovingly decorated!
New and long-time neighbors really got into the spirit, and many porch lights stayed on that night!
It seems that Historic Springfield has grown into quite the Halloween destination.
As night fell, the decorations looked even better! I really loved this house with its spooky blue-lit winged angel on the porch!
So much candy!