This Halloween was fantastic. Had a great time with my kids and got together latter on with some of her school friends and the parent. I watched my daughter go through an extreme costume transformation. On Friday, Emma was Tinkerbell.
Doesn’t she look angelic?
We somehow misplace the wings overnight (which we have located), but in the meantime on the hunt for a replacement, this is what she chose. A Vampire Princess. Admittedly, I wasn’t envisioning my oldest daughter to be OLD ENOUGH to want to be creepy, but sure enough she was, and she was truly ready to play the part. She’s not exposed to any Vampire stuff, so I was pretty surprised that this is what she wanted to be, but she did it well!
And play the part she did! She took this pretty seriously.
Gwen, on the other hand, held on to innocence nicely and made the perfect Snow White!
I’m tellin’ ya. She was scary.
Emma, in her glory!
Yeah, she was happy. She loved it. What can I say? My kid will definitely scare your kid! 🙂
Mobile Phone Shot of my makeup (I had no costume, just the makeup and crazy hair)
My dining room, shot 100% ambient light – it gives a VERY warm glow and the candlelight bounces off of the paint.
Bought these vintage puppies on ebay. I don’t know why I didn’t use the fifth candle holder.
This will be getting a re-do next year.
A gift from a friend (short an “s”, we know – but cute nonetheless!)
My bat has bling!
Lastely, Jimmy’s Cemetary
Pretty fierce, eh? Jimmy did a great job.
Things on the “ghost” front have been quite save one or two creepy instances. About 1:30 am about a week ago, Jimmy and I heard footsteps in our bedroom. A few nights ago I heard a distinct knocking as if someone were at the door, but nobody was there when I went to investigate . In the event you never read about our Ghost Story, make sure you check out the original HERE, and then an update HERE. You won’t want to miss those stories!
Hope everyone had a safe and Happy Halloween!