Wordful Wednesday-Halloween 2012

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I know it’s not officially Halloween yet, but lucky for us, we attended a church Halloween Party on Saturday so I was able to get pictures of the kids in their costumes before the Trick-or-Treating frenzy on Wednesday.

For the past few years Grace has done a group costume with their friends.  This year they were rainbow witches and they were ADORABLE.  They all made their own tutu’s, too!

Emma is a cowgirl for Halloween this year.  Good thing those boots I ordered on ebay are getting used!  Ha!

Garrett had his heart set on being a mummy.  No matter what we did, we could not dissuade him.  So, Jeff designed his costume.  He “dirtied” and tied 2″ gauze all over his body.  It was quite the undertaking, but it was worth it.  :)

mummy costume

Jacob wanted to be a zombie doctor but Jeff ran out of time for the face paint.  Luckily, Jakey is easy going and was happy enough to just be a regular old doctor.

John was a punk rocker.  This costume has been used by Grace and Garrett is years past, so obviously it’s a favorite in these parts.  My favorite was his “mom” tattoo since we all know if you are going to mark up your body you’d better pay homage to your mom.  {laughing}

What did your kids dress up as for Halloween?  What about you? Did you dress up?

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