Since I love Halloween so much I thought I'd share my pictures today too. And I just happened to get them edited (within the same week I TOOK them, insane, no?). Without further adieu (which, btw -- what the heck does that mean? Without further goodbyes? Am I saying it wrong... is this my cold talking?)
I just can't really "take a picture" of how this girl was transformed in her cat costume. Needless to say she felt fi-yi-yine in it. What a cutie. Did I mention I wish I looked that good in a unitard (but instead I am GRATEFUL that I have a little girl that does). :)
Here's the whole family. Did you notice everyone is smiling and looking at the camera. I don't believe in coincidences, this is obviously a miracle. I wonder if you can dislocate your hip by throwing it out too far...? That girl.
A pretty sweet action pose...
But I bet you wanted a closer peek of how sweet I am looking. Trouble beware.
And yet another sweet action pose. Not sure how Spencer is going to help catch crooks with his tongue, but I digress... Maybe this should be entitled "elbow pose" -- luckily we all have some pretty sharp ones.
Somone wore his costume to school. He's just so cool. :)
And the dynamic duo needed a shot together. I really like this picture.
The green lantern NEEDED a jumping shot.
And then he wanted to learn how to take jump shots on his own while in manual with separate focus. I just wanted to say YAY, HALLOWEEN IS OVER!!!!
** Footnote: I really like having full family costumes with a theme. I really hope that it's something my kids remember and I think they really enjoy them right now. I will mention these particular cotumes, at least those that are "homemade" (Robin, Batman and Wonderwoman) were all made before I had 3 kids. Honestly, if I was doing them again I think I would die. BUT there are less labor intensive ways to do them, and I do recommend, if it's something you think you can add to your plate. :)
Also, if you're interested in what we've done other years:
A previous year's review (including Star Wars, Superheros circa 2008, Calvin and Hobbes and Peter Pan)