Happy Halloween!

Greetings from Tinkerbell!

It was cold today up here in Northern Indiana, so we took our little gal to the crazy mall for some trick or treating.  She could care less about the candy.  She just loves seeing people!  We got to see lots of other princesses and fun costumes all around.

FYI, It’s SUPER fun to put an updo in a 2 year old’s hair. (yes…sarcasm)  She doesn’t get the “don’t move” concept 😉  Oh and since we were at the mall we eventually took refuge in the Disney Store.  It was calm and peaceful in there compared to the rest of the mall (which tells you something about how crazy it was).  Caitlyn found the Tinkerbell doll and had a lovely double Tinkerbell moment.  lol

oh and you may have noticed that yet again I didn’t make her costume.  I planned on it.  I bought the fabric and cut out a pattern and everything.  Ironically FOR a tinkerbell costume (aka I have NO reason to finish it now!).  But I don’t regret it for a second.  She’s the cutest tinkerbell I’ve ever seen.
Tinkerbell had to go to sleep, but she wanted me to wish you all a Happy Halloween!

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14 thoughts on “Happy Halloween!

  1. Aaaaaaawwww! I made my daughter a Tinkerbell costume for a trip to Disneyland when she was about 3.5 years old. There really is nothing cuter than seeing your little girl run around as Tink with those sweet little wings and costume!

  2. Awe! She is adorable! I had a Tinkerbell once. Check out my blog and see what she turned in to;) And give yourself a break on not making the costume. Just because we sew does not mean we have time to make everything!! I opted out of sewing costumes as well,hah!

  3. what wonderful pictures… they HAVE to come out for the future boyfriends!! she looks great.. she wont care that you did not make her costume .. she will remember you made the effort to give her a good time xx have a good rest yourselfxx

  4. Oh, thank you for sharing your photos of Tinkerbell. I am traveling and in a hotel and so haven't seen a single little trick-or-treater. And I was feeling very sorry for myself last night. So now I have a great smile on my face and happy to see such a great smile on hers.

  5. I did not make costumes this year either and surprisingly I'm ok with that. Instead I finished a huge Halloween quilt top measuring at 123 x 72". I'll wrap my kids in that and call it a day. 🙂

  6. I know I'm late to comment, but it's so fun to see her in costume. The little dots on the face are just precious. Glad you all had a good time.

    P.S. My almost-8-year-old still doesn't do well at holding still while I do her hair. I do not understand how this is a hard concept for an otherwise smart girl…

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