The second time she walked by (with her DAD!), Hubby and I looked at each other and said at the same time, “Never.”
Seriously, people, do you have ANY clue when it comes to this? When I was a kid, costumes were of superheros, cartoon characters, and fairy tales. Ghosts and witches were there, too, but no bloody skeleton heads with strands of creepy, long, black hair hanging off the top were available to children. Heck, I don’t remember much of that for adults! No one would dream of dressing their elementary-aged daughters up in “witch” costumes that look more like something a hooker would wear!
Meanwhile, Big Girl was Shelob and Little Girl was Saint Scholastica. Big Girl caught Mass yesterday on EWTN and learned about taking back our Holy Day, and she’ll be searching for a saint to dress up as for next year.
I’ll have pictures of Shelob up later, but I’m not sure I’ll put up the pictures of Little Girl. You can see her face too easily, and I’m skittish about that. You’ll see why Big Girl gets her mug on the web, though, when you see what she looked like.
Now it’s off to put the little angels to bed.