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Donnerstag, 31. Oktober 2013

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween!

We're out spooking up some scary fun. Haunted houses, trick-or-treating, and visiting with friends. I'll leave you with this montage of Halloweens past:

The Hubs as a ...vampire?

My cousins, sisters, and I always went around together on Halloween. That's me in the back row, far right, looking ever so frightening as a smiling, greaser vampire. Don't be jealous. 

Believe it or not, the first year of our marriage was the very first time my husband had ever carved a jack-o-lantern! Check out those smexy legs!
Bay was in kindergarten this Halloween, dressed up as a princess. 

All ready for trick or treat. Cowgirl Bay and mousey Tuna. 

Hubs's unit had a Halloween party this year. Bay was a devil with angel wings and Tuna was a soldier. 

Tuna has a flair for the dramatic. This pose was her choice for her annual costume photo. 

Hubs and I make a cute old couple, don't we?

a cute witch -- Tuna didn't want to be like everyone else, so we bought some stuff at Claire's and put together a unique outfit. 

Not so cute. Again, the dramatic flair! Tuna was a zombie last Halloween, our first in Germany. For the record, Germans don't traditionally celebrate Halloween, but the kids are catching on. They come around for candy, saying "sweets or sours" (in German), with any container they have: backpacks, pillow cases, purses, hats, whatver. They're almost never costumed. It's all about the candy for them. hehehe

 This year, Bay is dressing as Lizzie Borden, complete with axe prop, and going trick or treating (probably for the last time, at age 14) with friends before going to a teen lock-in. Tuna's going as a vampiress, following in her parents' footsteps. I think she'll look better than we did, though. Hubs and I are not dressing up this year. I have a few ideas for next year, though.

What are your kids dressing up as? What about you?

1 Kommentar:

  1. Hi Michelle! Oh I'm so jealous that you guys celebrate Halloween. It's not very big here in NZ, and we only got one trick-or-treater come. Boo. :( But I did get to dress up the weekend before Halloween as a zombie, because we had a fundraising event called the Zombie Walk.

    By the way, totally love those 'bloody' broken glass cupcakes! What an amazing idea.