This cookie from Panera and Mimi's tummy-----Separated at Birth?!
Here we are carving our pumpkins. I do not like carving pumpkins. It is the only part of Halloween where I am a Hallow-Scrooge. Luckily, Grandpa loves knifing things!
I sewed it out of a bunch of nice cozy polar fleece. It is just 3 pieces and whipped up pretty quick. The bottom is lined, stuffed with some stuffing, and held on with VERY EXCITING Olaf-ribbon suspenders. Like so:
The rest is just a snug little vest thing and a hat which I literally pin-fitted to her head while she was sleeping. Because OF COURSE I didn't have any minutes to spare before Olaf-wearing deadline! She wore a brown shirt and white tights, and we gave her a little orange nose.
Mimi is wearing the Elsa dress I made for her birthday party, with the addition of a fancy new Elsa headband. I am Anna (obviously). Brent has a Kristoff costume as well but I didn't get a good pic so I'll have to blog that later.
Here we are ready for trick-or-treating! I have my big backpack for bucket-overflow and an insulated mug full of wine. Let's roll kids!