Heidi & Spencer Pratt Dress In Frankenstein Costumes To Go Trick-Or-Treating With Son Gunner: Pics
Heidi and Spencer Pratt got into the Halloween spirit to take 4-year-old Gunner trick-or-treating around the Pacific Palisades neighborhood.
The Pratt Daddy Crystals founder dressed as Frankenstein, while his leading lady dressed as the monster's quirky bride.
It looks like their son had trouble choosing his costume, as her underwent an outfit change, dressing as both a mummy and a firefighter.
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Boo! A few weeks after the trio snapped some photos at the pumpkin patch, they posed for the cameras in front of a well decorated house.
The Hills: New Beginnings stars are eager to have another baby, but so far, they've yet to have any luck — but that hasn't stopped Gunner from asking for a sibling!
"Heidi was trying to prepare Gunner [to be a big brother] when we thought it would be easier," Pratt shared. "So now Gunner’s like, ‘You promised me.’"
Though the toddler looked a little scared of the decorations, his parents were all smiles.
On Gunner's Instagram account, which is run by his 'rents, the family revealed that after the tot changed into a firefighter costume, he "ran into the real hero’s [sic] that let me get in the fire truck! What great timing! 🔥🧯🚒."
Going trick-or-treating with his family is something Pratt never would have predicted for himself, but he insisted that "fatherhood has changed me."
"I am literally a different person. I’m sure other people can relate, once you become a parent," he told Us Weekly. "If you had told me four years ago that I would be walking six miles around the zoo, just things as simple as that, and, being like, ‘Look over here it’s the koala bear.’ You just go to a new level."
The reality star and his wife are loving family life — and are more than happy to spend the day with their son than go on a shopping spree.
Said Pratt: "I had goals of trying to be [Kim Kardashian]-level rich and famous, but then, thankfully, now being a dad, just the simple moments of being grounded as a parent are so powerful."