Who is for scrounging cardboard boxes, scavenging bits of fabric, rummaging through scarcely opened closets, and dusting off the old sewing machines in the interest of creating the perfect Halloween costume? Some will plan ahead, "Honey now that she's three it's the perfect year for the Flintstones. Fred, Wilma, Pebbles, we can dress up Freckles as Dino..." Because let's be honest, the dog is the first born.
There are the classroom parties, "MOOOOOOM we are having a party tomorrow!" you hear from your child at the dinner table, between dishes and homework,
"I want to be a pirate AND a monster....OOOOooooh
A MONSTER PIRATE!"
Then he runs off to fight a battle in the living room with sister diligently at work on her costume for weeks now. She screams "STOP! you're ruining my robot suit!"
Then there's the year you awake in a cold sweat. It's October 31st, you pop out of bed, "OH NO, trick or treating tonight! What do I have in the house?" Super-mom-cap on, you start thinking through book characters, "Cinderella, Snow White, Robin Hood, that Frozen Girl....." (and you kick yourself for that thought later when " let it go..." is running through your head all day...) WHAT CAN I MAKE IN THREE HOURS?
We are here to help you.
She is spunky, sassy, funny, smart, courageous, brave, and has a very unique style. What a role model AND a fun costume.
What you need:
Jumper of some sort.
Everything should look kind of "rough n'tumble'
PIGTAILS- use a hanger to make them stand up!