Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Creative Costumes


So, what are the kids in your lives wearing this Halloween? We have a Spiderman and Dorothy in our house. Thank God no Lady Gaga costumes this year.

Hubby and I are planning to dress up for our neighbor's costume party in a couple of weeks. He's wearing camouflage pants and I'm wearing a camo shirt and hat. Can you guess what we're going as? An Upper and Lower GI. Hee hee.

Have a terrific Tuesday, everyone!
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11 comments:

Teresa at Splendid Sass said...

You are so funny! Upper and lower GI.
I wish my children were still that young. So much fun. They dress themselves now.
Have a nice day.
Teresa

Let The Tide Pull Your Dreams Ashore said...

Very cute...I wonder how many Lady Gagas will be out there? xx

teresa-bug said...

I love sweet little innocent costumes. No need to show too much skin or be something that involves a lot of fake blood! Love your costume idea!

Danielle said...

We're keeping with the food since we all love to eat! Colin is going to be a hamburger and Sawyer is going to be a pea.

I love your costume idea - too funny!

Amy R. said...

No kiddos. Hubby and I need costumes for a neighbor's party. I made a giant black flower to wear to work, but that's all I can think of for now. Let me know if you have any easy suggestions.

Amy R.

High Heeled Life said...

That sounds so wonderful! I get to see my Godson dress up for his first Halloween outing ... he turns 1 on Oct 29th... I can't wait!! HHL

pve design said...

My daughter plans to be a "geek" - a group of geeks with glasses, suspenders, and shirts....
I do love a good geek!
pve

LPC said...

Clevah.

arefocusedlife said...

Great idea for your party costumes - very creative thinking.

I much prefer the 'fun' costumes for children as opposed to the ax killers and Lady Gagas. I'll be taking two of my grand daughters (a bride and an Indian princess) to an American Doll costume party this weekend. It should be lots of fun.

Tessa said...

we've got a Bob the Builder and a Grave Ghoul...I gave in, allowing my 8 yr old to be "scary" for the first time. To think he was a cute little frog just 6 short years ago...

Elizabeth said...

love your idea for the costumes. ella is going to be a bird this year. im not sure if we'll dress up or not.