My three year old after seeing me embroider Tard showed me his Grumpy Cat face.
My boys this year. Silas as a cowboy, Bailey as Captain America. Bailey got so much candy trick or treating, the handle on his bag broke. And Silas chewed through a glow stick so we had to call poison control. Non-toxic, whew! They’re off to bed and I’m about to dig through their candy stash to steal a few pieces. Happy Halloween!
Only fair to post Bailey’s Halloween costumes. In 2006 he was due around Thanksgiving but came mid October. So he was still in the NICU for his first Halloween. I made him the teeniest, tiniest little pirate hat. 2007- Deviled Egg. 2008- He was Mr. Nielson to my Pippi Longstocking. 2009- A bat. 2010- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle. 2011- Vampire. This year he wants to be Captain America. Another store bought costume. Sigh.
My youngest son Silas has had some pretty cute Halloween costumes. I’m a little bummed this year- he wants to be a cowboy. Which is totally cool except we already have everything and nothing is handmade by me.
Bailey turns 6 today! My favorite photos of him during the past year on my blog.
Melissa and Claire of Paper Moon Photo Studio took the best pictures of me and my boys this past weekend at a birthday party. Melissa also took those amazing SLUG Queen photos of me. But seriously, how cute is my family?
My oldest son has 3 loose teeth so I knit him a Tooth Fairy pillow. The backside has a little pocket for him to put his tooth (and then find money!) The yarn sparkles. :)
Truffle Shuffle on Flickr.
My two year old doing the Truffle Shuffle.
My oldest kiddo is five years old today. A look at my favorite photos of him from this past year.
Albert Samuel Anker, Swiss Painter, 1831-1910
Remember that birthday party we threw for my sons stuff bunny Snowball? Well for *his* birthday, we got him a real bunny. He picked him out to look like Snowball. Here he is introducing Snowball to Snowball.