Sophie’s Snow White costume was made by the $3 wig I found on clearance at Target yesterday. Trick-or-treat postponement FOR THE WIN!
Kate was a very adorable Panda bear. Face painting courtesy of Aunt Anna! Photo-bombing courtesy of cousin Joshua.
It was really a wonderful night. Emily’s niece and nephew were equally adorable in their handmade costumes. But they aren’t pictured because we’re pissed at Anna for being so crafty and showing us up! Just kidding. I mean, we are pissed, but they are not pictured for privacy reasons. (Privacy? What’s that?)
I’m so thankful we got to continue our trick-or-treat tradition, and I’m even happier that Jonah did so well on his first time walking the block with the big kids. He didn’t even want to put on his costume at first, but he ended up really having a blast! And his “Trick or treat please” was the cutest thing you’ve ever heard!
It was also much more relaxing not having Beggar’s Night be on a SCHOOL night – we didn’t have to rush to get to Emily’s house or rush home to get the kids in bed. It was an all-around success, and I can’t wait until next year!
What did your little goblins get dressed up as for Halloween this year?