First off, go here to see the
BEST COSTUMES EVER, EVER, EVER MADE!
Unless of course you struggle with jealousy. Then what ever you do, do not click here. I am serious. This is your last chance. Don't look here. You will get drool on your keyboard, and then sink into a huge hole of never ending depression. Or maybe that is just me.
Secondly, Blogger is loading pictures in a wacky, random and unpredictable order.
Anyone know a way around it?
Lastly, I am slowly transferring pictures from our old computer to our fab Mac and I just had to go through Halloweens past. So here is a random sampling of this day from the last four years. (In strange Blogger- inspired order.)
Dorothy and Nemo 2008
Halley changed her mind about a thousand times as to who she wanted to be. Lucy has wanted to be Nemo for over a year. My mom made Halley the dress and I found the fab (yet not really trick or treat friendly) ruby slippers on Ebay.
I lied to Lulu and told her that it is a requirement of the pumpkin patch for all girls to wear pony tails. It worked. I am brilliant.
Here is Lulu's first Halloween at six months old. Her cousin is wearing this costume this year. I love to see different kids wear the same thing. Happiness.
Halley was the original Nemo. Just another beautiful day at Disney's California Adventure. This was the first year that they decorated for Fall and it was amazing.
Halley at the pumpkin patch when she was about 1 1/2. She has always been into ponytails. No lies were required to get this hairdo. Sadly no costume pictures from this year. Jason had the flu and I was dealing with crazy (requiring hospitalization) morning sickness. Good thing Halley was too young to know what she was missing.
Halley's first Halloween. This is still one of my favorite pictures of her ever. We took her trick or treating to the grandparent's houses. Happy memories.
After an Ebay seller never sent me the costume I ordered, my mom miraculously whipped up this Alice dress on October 30th. It was so much better than the shady Ebay seller's could ever have been. I made Lulu's tutu the day of Halloween while she was napping. When I finally tried it on her, well, it was a bit big. Cute, none the less.
Hope you all had a fun night and are snacking on the kid's candy while they sleep.