As promised, a ridiculous amount of halloween costume pics.
Having never been a fan of halloween in the past, since moving here I have slowly been converted. Really it shouldn’t be called halloween the way it’s done here, well in our part of Brooklyn at least. Yes there are the spooky decorations and a splash of creepy here and there but most of all it’s a really happy event with a festival/carnival kind of feel. The kids say ‘trick or treat’ but from what I can tell, treat is the only outcome. Phew!
You know me, I love a good challenge. I love a good costume too. As does the man of the house, aka Crisp Man…
This wasn’t even for Halloween!
Let’s be honest, last years Wally/Waldo was going to be hard to beat:
But I think the Superhohos (yup, 2.5yr old speak) worked pretty well. I had planned to make capes, masks and wrist cuffs but then managed to have enough fabric leftover to make what turned out to be very cheerleader-esque skirts. The star print tees were a steel from H&M at just over $5 a pop. Yay!
I was lucky enough that Molly and Dylan could be bribed to model for some photos:
And then batman came along and got a kiss!
And we didn’t forget the little’uns…Silas and Alfie refused to smile for any photos…because they’re in character of course!
And of course, no Superhero halloween photo shot would be complete without a dance party:
Yeh I know, I got a bit carried away with the whole video thing.
Well that’s it folks…time to starts thinking about next year’s costumes!
I know I say it every time, but thanks for stopping by. I really do enjoy you indulging with me in my madness. Until next time! xo