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Saturday, November 27, 2010


Ok, so it’s a month late, but hey, it’s been a busy month to say the least.  Caty decided that she wanted to be a ballerina and pulled the whole costume out of her dress up box.  SCORE!!  And Hanna got to be a Pumpkin Fairy – a passed down costume from Caty – SCORE again!  Total cost of costumes= $0!!
Here are my two little pumpkins posing with their Potato Head Pumpkins.
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Ready for Trick-or-Treating
Ready to go!
Off to the neighbors first.  Don’t mind the blurry of the pictures, the girls were too fast for the camera. 
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Caty loved this house and it’s decorations.   031 035
Hanna liked Mickey as well as the snail that you can see crawling near by belt.  She like it so much that she picked the snail right off of him. 
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Me and my girls
Scoping out Caty’s candy
Hanna found the tootsie roll pops and wouldn’t let them go
One happy girls with all her loot!


Emily said...

Super cute! Aren't those Potato Head pumpkin faces the best?? Hooray for not having to buy new Halloween costumes! I love how Caty created her own costume!

Greene Family said...

Love your two little pumpkins posing on the bench! They were a beautiful ballerina and Pumpkin Fairy for Halloween! Score for not having to spend any money on costumes! They are so cute walking down the sidewalk holding hands together! My boys would be right there with Hanna checking out the Mickey and snail!
I agree - those Potato Head pumpkin faces are the best!

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