Monday, October 31, 2011

Trick-or-Treating 2011

This is the first house that we went to. I love how they did to their front yard, very creative.


Meet the nurse and the little sailor. I was suppose to wear my sailor dress too but I did not want to wear something more elaborate than RC so I decided to wear this simpler Red Cross nurse costume. I just made the hat from a paper and later took it off. I love looking at all these decorations. They are spooky but fun at the same time. RC's dress was sponsored by Yandy.com (please don't click if sexy stuff offend you) a few months ago. One of the very few kids' costumes they had.


As usual, I look like I had more fun than RC at the pictures =). She had a simple sailor dress but we still received compliments. She can wear this dress for everyday. It was hard to get her focused on the camera when she just wants to go trick or treating.


We only walked for an hour and RC was tired already. She did not take a nap in the afternoon. I did not know that my slip were showing but it was dark.

This is a good idea, pineapple carving instead of pumpkin. If I don't forget, I'll probably try this next year. This year, we decided not to carve pumpkins because of the mess.


This was really spooky. The face of the man looks real. RC was a brave girl, she did not get scared at all on all the Halloween stuff she saw.



Halloween is over, next will be Thanksgiving. Do you decorate your home with Thanksgiving decors? Maybe I'll start on Christmas crafts instead, after all I'm Filipino and Christmas decors starts September in the Philippines, no kidding! I want a Christmas tree this year but I think I have to get rid of some stuff here or store some so we can make a space for a tree.

I hope you had a super fun Halloween!

9 comments:

Dressing Up For Me said...

Happy Halloween Ces and RC! You look cute in nurse´s uniform. :)

Judy Haughton-James said...

Real lovely Halloween pictures! I can see that you both had a fun time. In Jamaica a few Halloween parties were held in the town areas but I live in a rural area. Your pictures give me a true insight as to what Halloween is all about. Very interesting. A good Tuesday to you and RC! Take care.

Teamarcia said...

You two look SO adorable!

Des said...

Awww...you both look so nice! :) We didn't bring Chase trick or treating after school. I'm feeling a little bit KJ since I don't want him to eat candies anymore. Just on preventing mode against tonsillitis. He had two this year, we wouldn't want to cross the threshold.

Happy Halloween! :)

SJB AKA SUE J-B. said...

You just gave me an idea costume for next year hehe.

Mary said...

you both look so cute and i love how the colors of your costumes match!

Mom Fashion World said...

Belated Happy Halloween!
Ang cute nyo ni RC...mabuti ka pa nakapag
costume.

http://www.momfashionworld.blogspot.com/

By Word of Mouth Musings said...

What a pair you make!
Just adorable!

MiaB said...

You found some houses with some creativity :) I'm laughing when you said that Christmas decor starts in September in the Philippines. I'm Filipino as well and that's what I remember most about the Philippines - the Christmas season.. so fun and so festive :)

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