That is the trouble with taking a walk in an urban neighbourhood, one that passes by Pier I Imports.
I go in to take a look when I pass by.
|You want a shot from the back? Sure!|
The black cats more sparkly, the burnished orange pumpkins yellower, rounder, the bats more able to fly to greater heights.
|This is a lot better than going down for my nap.|
He wanted it until he brought it home and saw the he was the one going to wear it.
It has been sitting on the couch alongside a doll while Michael’s mom and dad see if he can get acclimatized to the notion of having it be part of the Halloween family.
|Where is my trick or treat bag?|
I can’t see any other way that this is going down.
Miranda says it is going to be a good Halloween.
Already they have four Halloween dates – places they usually go anyway, but places that are now having a party.
Alice is going to be a ghost.
I asked Miranda who she was making the tutu for.
She said it was in the process of becoming a ghost costume and that I should hold off taking pictures until it was finished.
I took pictures anyway.
|I'll catch that drool for you, baby ghost!"|
I should have waited until the hat was finished and the black satin ribbon woven down the back of the outfit.
Now that is a good ghost costume for a 3 month old baby.
Michael is still not going to have anything to do with his Halloween costume.
Oh, maybe he will sit beside the stuffed costume while someone reads a story to him and the elephant.Miranda does say he will get into it and take a few elephant stomps through the house.
Then the costume comes off.
But that is it for Halloween preparations at their house!