Maybe she's subversive princess, going undercover to kick some ass at the castle.
I know! KayTar is, too. Last year she was an awesome and ferocious pirate...this year, Ariel.By the way, I'm starting to suspect our children have a shared consciousness or something, it is eerie!
at least she didn't ask to be abby effin' cadabby...like some other three-year-old i know..hahaha.
Monkeygirl is dabbling in princess but is all excited about being a unicorn tonight. Hey, just wait til it's Hannah Montana time!
Here's what I've learned...you get more of the good stuff when you bring on the charm, and that kid? That kid has got the charm!
Would it make you feel better if I told you I was wearing those exact wings for about an hour tonight??Yes, Hallow'een is the time when my children merrily pick out things for J and I to wear when we're chaperoning. He got the police hat. Lucky so-and-so.She's beyond beautiful, tho' I think the biker chick look suits her spunk better...
Dude, it's over. You lost. I'll send her our Hannah Montana CDs in a year or so.
This gives me hope. Maybe they all have to go through a princess stage before they become cool.
She's a badass princess, never you fear.
I pretended all the princesses were sold out.
I love that this costume is made to leave no uncertainty in anyones mind that she is indeed a "princess" it says so, right there on the sash!
I suspect it's an uphill battle...Love the sash.
I thought of you this year everytime a scary little clown came to my door.
How could you deny such adorableness?!
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