Halloween around the Heggins house is a bunch of frills and cuteness.
Our two year old costume fortunately is still at my total discretion. The four year old and very opinionated girl child has all sorts of creative ideas about her costume of choice a ventriloquist.
My girly girl 8 year old unexpectedly decided she wanted to be a ninja! Her twin brother decided on a werewolf.
I’m not sure where they came up with all of this considering they don’t watch much T.V but either way I’ve been on a mission to get all that done along with a Farm Day planned during the day at Elles preschool class.
SO it might not be much cuteness and frills this year but we still won’t be raging until the break of dawn, or watching blood and gore slasher movies. As much as I would love to curl up with my main man watching some blood and gore slasher movies while getting just a little wasted, it’s not an option.
Instead I’ll be enjoying the night with 1 busy little pumpkin, a cute ventriloquist, pink ninja, and teen wolf. Teen wolf has a game 8:00 in the morning, so it’ll be a pretty early night.
Though I really don’t mind. I’ve had more fun with my little ones on Halloween then I’ve ever had without them.
These mock tails won’t disappoint if you need a healthy alternative to sugar coma and hangovers that usually proceed Halloween festivities.
No added sugar, no added spirits, just naturally sweet, and antioxidant packed goodness.Waking up in the morning ready for the day no under eye bags, no headache, just glowing well rested skin makes the missing booze that more tolerable.
Cut and squeeze lemons.
Put all ingredients in blender.
Blend for 2 minutes, and serve.
Any cool plans for Halloween, I would love to live vicariously through you?!
- 2 cups frozen blackberries
- 1 cup frozen cranberries
- 4 freshley squeezed lemon juice or 1/2 cup
- 1/4 cup honey
- 1/2 cup
- Blend all ingredients together for 2 minutes.
- For added cuteness dip rim of glass in lemon juice and then in Xylo Sweetner or coconut palm sugar.