John Legend Shares More Photos of Kids' Costumes as He Looks Back at First Halloween as a Family of Six

The Stephens family had a fun-filled Halloween, celebrating at school and at home with friends and family

<p>Chrissy Teigen/Instagram; John Legend/Instagram</p> Chrissy Teigen and daughter Luna (L), son Wren (R)

Chrissy Teigen/Instagram; John Legend/Instagram

Chrissy Teigen and daughter Luna (L), son Wren (R)

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend's first Halloween as a family of six was one for the books.

The EGOT winner, 44, shared another set of photos from the family's holiday on Instagram Thursday, captioning the carousel of shots "More Halloween!"

In two pictures, 7-year-old Luna Simone dressed as Lalisa from BLACKPINK, her favorite K-pop girl group. Wren Alexander, 4 months, was dressed as Woody from Toy Story, while big sister Esti Maxine — who, at 9 months, was also enjoying her first Halloween — was dressed as a little tiger.

Last but not least, Miles, 5, kept a straight face in an adorable Scooby Doo costume.

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The Stephens clan joined together to celebrate the holiday at Luna and Miles' Halloween Skelebration, reigning in the spookiest holiday of the year with their friends and family. Although Legend was missing in action at the party early in the day, Teigen, 37, made sure to note that he was joining them for the evening's festivities.

"John missed the big party but he is coming out full force tonight, don't you worry," the mom of four, who was dressed as Pippy Longstocking, wrote in her Instagram post, where she included a variety of photos from the party.

In late August, Teigen opened up to PEOPLE about how she and Legend spread their love equally to their four children, especially making sure that older children, “feel loved and taken care of and just as special as the babies.”

"There's a lot of diaper changing and feeding and it seems like you're coddling these two little babies and they're not getting enough,” she said. “I was speaking with my therapist and I was like, 'I'm having a hard time because I want to make sure that Miles and Luna feel like we still love them.'"

She continued, "I think any parent of multiple kids can understand that you want to make sure they still feel loved."

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