I'm a firm believer that Halloween costumes should be made, not bought. Or "made" by being cobbled together with stuff you found at the Goodwill. And until L. decides he wants to be Batman every year until he's 15, he will have to put up with my whims when it comes to costumes.
This year, L. attended a baby Halloween gathering in Sunset Park. He had/has a cold so he wasn't in a party mood, poor thing.
|The single sock look was his choice.|
My original plan was that he would be a log and I would be the Log Lady from Twin Peaks (greatest show ever).
|My log saw something that night.|
But that's not all. I was inspired to do a second costume for L. Basically, just for you since he can't really go outside in this thing.
|Bow before me.|
You don't have to be a royal to have a fancy doily dress.
You may be wondering if I glued a bunch of paper doilies together for this costume. NO. I sewed a bunch of paper doilies together. And if you're wondering how long a paper doily dress lasts on a four month old, the answer is about 30 seconds.