Halloween was a huge success at our house this year. How did it go for you?
This year, Miss C. wanted to be Peter Pan. I had originally planned to make a Peter Pan costume for her, but as luck would have it my mom found a fancy Disneyland costume (complete with shoe covers, hat, belt and shirt) for just $4 at the thrift store the very afternoon that she and I spoke about the kids' costume choices. (I call my mom "The Thrift Store Whisperer" – she can find most anything there, including vintage items worth five to ten times more than she pays for them!) We picked up an inexpensive pair of leggings and a red feather for the hat, and Miss C. was ready to go.
As I mentioned in an earlier post, Master W.'s costume took a little more time to put together. The end result was so worth it, though. He had a blast running around in his "NaQueen" costume last night and can't wait to play with it again and again.
I hope you and your families enjoyed a safe Halloween this year!
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