Wordful Wednesday – Halloween 2013

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I can’t believe it’s dress up time again!  I don’t know where the time goes!  This year we had a Halloween party to go to where dressing up was mandatory for me, so I actually dressed up, and wonder of all wonders, it’s actually kinda of fun when your costume isn’t lame!  {{laughing}}

Here were are all dressed up for the pre-Halloween parties last weekend.

1950's housewife

{1950′s housewife}

rapunzel {Grace as Rapunzel with her friend Snow White}

Grace and Emma both made their costumes with their grandma.  Super fun to see their costumes to come together by their own hands!

dorothy wizard of oz

{Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz}

Hockey player

{Garrett as a Hockey Player}

viking

{Jacob as a Viking}

I wish I had had Jeff make a tutorial for this costume.  The fir came from a girls vest we bought at a thrift store and the base of the costume is a Luke Skywalker costume, also from a Thrift Store.  Jeff completely transformed pieces that we picked up and assembled this costume for about $25 including hat, shield, ax, and sword.

karate guy

{John as a karate guy}  No description needed.  {{smiling}}

Happy Halloween!  What do you have planned?

We’ve decided to only feature one awesome linker each week.    We hope this will mean that all of you will be excited about linking up and visiting our favorite.

3d ultrasound

Nothing happier than a new baby baking!  This week’s feature is the 3D ultrasound that Krystyn from Really, Are You Serious? shared with us!  Pop over and see if she’s adding another girl to her 3 lady household or if a boy is making an appearance!

Make sure to check in with my co-host Dude Mom, too!

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