Said in an ominous tone, "I want to be a vampire princess!"
(Rolling the 'r' sound on the word 'princess' was consistent on her part)
To be honest, she wasn't at all interested in white face paint, plastic fangs or pretend blood. As we were getting reading for our first Halloween event, the ward Trunk or Treat, I informed her that vampires are infamous for drinking blood. This news horrified her. Next year, I predict a return to Disney characters. We'll see.
As for Henry, he relished the role of hero.
"You do that again and I get to eat all your candy." or "Give me the sword. HENRY! GIVE ME THE SWORD!"
As for Tinkerbell, I have to say that watching her react to the collection of candy was great fun. Having no memory from last year, it was special to experience this as a "first" with her.
I remember, back in South Carolina, feeling lonely on Halloween as we didn't have anyone to tag along with. Trick-or-treating with groups is great, but this year we ended up going alone as a family. We saw friends along the way, which was fun, but what I'm trying (and failing so hard) to say that I feel content with my lot. It was sweet watching Eliza and Henry dart to each door with each other, compare candy piles and scream in unison, "Yes!" when Andrew asked if they wanted to go out for another round of candy collecting with him.