Anna did a 180 basically as we were walking out the front door to Trick or Treat with friends.
From Lion to Princess in the blink of an eye, literally.
The irony is that if you know Anna.... this describes her personality to the TEE. So to us, it was a perfect transition.
And our calm and cool Bean had his mind made up by mid summer... again not a surprise, he is a man who makes long term decisions, in ADVANCE (LINK from Zelda).
Hope your house was filled with sugar highs and excitement like ours was all day.
I will likely be a bad parent for mentioning this but we don't really limit treats at our house. Our kids honestly love them as all of us do but because it is no big deal to have chocolate, chips, or a slurpee they really weren't loosing their mind over the candy. It is interesting. They like good clean foods most of the time, Brussel sprouts and broccoli included, yup, I don't lie.
Each year in September I dispose of candy from the year before that never is eaten. I don't hide it or make a big deal of it. They both can reach it and know exactly where it is. After 2 days of free reign they could care less and are on to the next challenge.
It is a win win, they learn control, Dad and I get to eat the candy. HA!