You look hungry, monkey. Have some banana.
Of course, on the big night, it didn't seem quite as special. Wearing a costume isn't as much fun as hauling it around, after all.
She got a little more fired up once we got outside. (Don't be fooled by the cute Halloween decorations in the background here... we're actually posing in front of our next door neighbor's house.)
I can't say she really "got" the whole trick or treating thing, but she was a great sport about it. We only went to 10-15 houses, simply because the attention span of an almost two-year-old doesn't allow for much more. And we got tired of corraling her to front doors when she'd rather be stomping through landscaping or vandalizing pumpkins.
We made the mistake of allowing her to open a Kit Kat and a sucker after the first house. She carried the same two pieces of candy around for the entire evening, which made for a very sticky costume by the end of the night.
All in all, it was a very successful Halloween. Here she is lounging with her monkey costume and enjoying the fruits of her labor.