Tuesday, October 03, 2006

BOO !

Thus begins that slippery downhill luge/collision course with the holidays,that at my house we call X-mas! Before I deck the halls, (of which I CANNOT WAIT)I must first deck the children!
With my littlest flower blossom starting pre-school I'm feeling a bit nostalgic (of which I can hear my husbands voice saying," ..and that would be different from any other time how...?"). So let's take a stroll down memory lane.Littlest flower blossoms 1st halloween.Goth girl, Ruby-Saphire (yes folks she had a backstory or as we in the biz like to say ,her character had a bio)."Humbug Witch",based on my favorite childhood halloween book. "The Seven Deadly Sins ",all at once.A little flower fairy(perfect for my littlest flower blossom.)
My personal fave,Crooked Halo as Holly Golightly.
Notice how the big one has all homeade stumes. She seems to have always laid these rather absurd themes at my feet,and ask me to execute them.In 2000 ,there just wasn't a Sailor Moon costume to be had at Target.This year the baby wants to be Cimba(I've already found a stume at the thrift store)and Crooked Halo,...a Vampire Prom Queen.I'm sure there will be another bio.

7 comments:

Heidi said...

Adorable! And I cover that Breakfast at Tiffany's poster!

Heidi said...

Oops. I meant "covet" that poster.

StephenMosher said...

It is a true mom who MAKES the costumes !!! I gotta tell ya; I have heard the stories and seen the pics but to have them all lumped together for one public showing....

Mom gets a Blue Ribbon!

I wish I had great ideas for Halloween costumes, like my eldest Goddaughter. I just don't have the imagination.

My favourite stume is Golightly but my favourite story is the poo poo faiwy...

Cannot wait to see what these adorable creatures have for us this year...

you would be one of the adorable creatures, btw.

Apron Thrift Girl said...

These costumes are so unique and amazing. Keiran, who is sitting here with me already wanted to be a pumpkin so when he saw the pumpkin outfit he jumped for joy.

miss vintage love said...

Your kids are absolute dolls!

MaryAnn said...

Oh! This year mine wants to be a vampire cheerleader - so I can empathize:) We've gotten the wig and skirt, but now I must reconstruct the sweater...

jungle dream pagoda said...

RECONSTRUCT ? hmmm... was MaryAnn a rah-rah girl?

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