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Halloween Happy!

Posted by Patience on October 30, 2009 at 12:07 AM in Holidays
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We are only a day a way from candy goodwill friends! The day when dress-up and sweet collide making Halloween every kids' favorite holiday. I pulled out some Halloween pictures from over the years remembering the fun costumes we made. Shaggy and Scooby being one of my personal favorites. Don't the kids look thrilled?

The role call this year is:

1 Lego character guy
1 ninja (new costume but repeat performance)
1 frog (mid-week switch, she was going to be a princess)
1 undecided (we have no idea about Lyra's costume)

What should Lyra be? Someone on Twitter suggested Ken Burns , which is still in the running.

What are your kids dressing up as this year? Please tell us in the comments, all the last-minute-Marshas are still looking for ideas.


De in D.C. writes...

9yo son wanted to be Percy Jackson from his favorite book series:

Super easy... Bought an orange t-shirt & wrote "Camp Half-Blood" on the front with sharpie (shirt the main character wears). Then he's wearing his own track-pants, and a sword & shield made from aluminum foil. Total cost $5; total time 1 1/2hrs (if that).

James Craven writes...

Umm, WordGirl next year?

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