Amos went as Thomas the Train. He was sort of wishy washy about the costume when we picked it out, but by party time he was thrilled to be Thomas. It didn't hurt that the costume talked too. He liked pushing the button so everyone could hear.
Maggie had no say in her costume. She obviously didn't grasp the concept of a "50s girl," but a pink twirly skirt was all she needed to be happy.
I had a costume for Audrey to wear, but we never got it on her. She was such a sleepy little thing, we weren't going to wake her up to put it on. She did rock the "baby's 1st Halloween" onesie though.
Saturday night we went to In & Out, then passed out candy. We don't get many trick or treaters, so its become sort of a tradition to spend Halloween night at home taking down Halloween decorations and transitioning to fall/Thanksgiving. Its all just build-up for Christmas anyway, so bring on the next holiday!