She told me she's not sure if she wants to go as a dead ballerina or candy corn next year. I asked, "Go WHERE?" Next year she'll be in Junior High and I'm pretty sure that's the trick-or-treating cut off. I'll probably end up making that dead ballerina costume anyway because, remember, she gets invited to parties now.
Kai went as a wizard. The first picture is how I told him to pose and the second how he thinks a wizard should pose. Apparently he thinks wizards are like rappers.
Unfortunately, or fortunately--depending on your point of view, when it came time to go to the ward Halloween party he ditched his elephant costume and just went as Chase.
Don't worry, if he'd decided to wear his elephant costume I would have made him put on some pants.
Anytime someone suggested he was dressed up like a cowboy he would get upset and say, "NO. I'm just Chase."
The boy really doesn't like Halloween. I had to pick him up from school early on Halloween because he didn't want to be in (or even have to see) the Halloween parade, eat the special Halloween lunch, or have anything to do with the class Halloween party. He told me that Halloween is ruining his life.
So instead of trick-or-treating he chilled at Grandma's house and was plenty spoiled. So much so that the other kids are contemplating skipping trick-or-treating for a night with Grandma next year.
Michael took this one on. He took a garbage can and created a robot costume complete with blinking lights and beeps.
I covered it with tinfoil and made the hat--which should be obvious because it has hearts on it. However, the hat got to be too much, and after two houses it came off never to be worn again.