10.31.2008

Happy Halloween...


photos via Small Magazine

We're all geared up for "sugar fest 2008"... Well as geared up as we can possibly be I suppose. Audrey is dressing as Madeline, Millie is going to be a little Native American girl and Bryan is toying with the idea of somehow morphing his neck brace into a costume. Me... I'm pretty much just along for the ride (and the inevitable impending sugar crash.)

What are your kiddos (or you) wearing for Halloween?

11 comments:

amy@inspirationchic said...

Darth Vader and Obi One kanobi (did I spell those right?) and then little Dorthy from the Wizard of Oz. Grandparents are coming for a night so they are so excited! Sugar-crash here we come!!!

Cassandra said...

The Alice in Wonderland gang. Here we are last weekend sans my hubby (the Mad Hatter) http://dandelionbones.blogspot.com/2008/10/down-rabbit-hole.html

cowgirl in wellies said...

I haven't posted our costumes yet, but we're Scooby Doo and half a rabbit. The Rabbit is minimal as he decided at the last minute his Thomas the Tank Engine costume was no good and went with the rabbit tabard from last year's village fete. Oh well. At least one of my boys is thrilled to pieces with their costume. I will post the photos later tonight. Have lots of fun!

citysage said...

LOVE these costumes! Absolutely brilliant!

My big kiddo (aka the hubster) works at a jeans and t-shirts tech firm...so today he went to work wearing a three piece suit, a bowler hat, and a faux handlebar mustache! i think he's going to tell people he's a British banker...but mostly he just wanted an excuse to wear a fake mustache :)

Julia said...

Technically, my kiddo is going as a monk :) I love the little Native American gift costume--very cute!

-amanda said...

A juice box and a punk baby. http://amandasfavs.blogspot.com/

Joslyn said...

amanda...a juice box and a punk baby might very well be the most brilliant costumes ever...awesome.

Rachel said...

That robot costume is so great! I'm not dressing up as anything this year - too lazy.

S.HOPtalk said...

Love your girls' costumes!!!

My seven year old daughter is totally into reading the classics right now and is going as Tom Sawyer {adventure and a little mischief...so her : ) }

Lauri said...

Sophie has already left for trick-or-treating (without us -- so sad). She's Midori from Guitar Hero.

Joslyn said...

lauri...that is sad. is this the first time she's gone without you? i bet she looks adorable.