Last week I happened to be at the 1 Wal-Mart in town that had a decent selection of Halloween costumes left when they marked them down to 70-90% off! I bought about 15 costumes, many of which Ruby and Trip will have to grow into, but here are some of the ones that we've already tried on. Trip LOVED his pirate costume and Ruby did too until she saw herself in the mirror. She said that she looked like a boy and immediately wanted to take it off. I appeased her with the very feminine bride costume. When I saw her in this I instantly got a lump in my throat and realized exactly why I'm glad we made the decision to not put her in kindergarten next year- because she'll be going to college one year later and will likely get married atleast a year later.
Of course, I'm biased but I must say that she makes a stunning bride, even at 4 yrs. old and in a $20 costume from WalMart (I paid $4). This will make a cute picture next to her bridal portrait some day. Tear, tear, sniff, sniff
And now on a lighter matter, Rex in a mullet wig. Nope, not a good look on him either.
I think Rex will wear this for Halloween next year and I'm betting Trip will wear it a time or 2 in junior high.
"She's a brick.....house.....da.... da....da!" I learned that brick printed fabric isn't the most flattering of looks, nor are rooftop hats. How many bricks does it take to build a Stephanie?
For the slower ones, He's a "chick magnet." Again, Trip will probably get some wear out of this one in years to come.
Ruby loved playing Dorothy and was so sad when we discovered that "The Wizard of Oz" had been erased from our DVR. Luckily, it's coming on again this weekend on TBS and we're set to record.
Ruby is Sharpay from High School Musical which she's not really into yet but she still thought the outfit was fun.