Friday, October 31, 2008

The Cutest Spooks

Want to see some cute spooks?

Here's my virus-free E Male, A--. See those awesome braces? (No comments from the peanut section, please, about the condition of his shirt. I swear it was clean when he left the house this morning.)

And our resident Death Eater, S--, striking his most fearsome poses, complete with shop-made wand and staff:

We can't forget our traditional ghost, T--, who made sure everyone knew he was "a stary dhost" (scary ghost) as opposed to a nice one.

Little J-- charmed everyone, of course. (Who wouldn't be charmed by such a cute cat with that cheesy grin?)

And, last but not least....Where's Waldo?

See him? No? Hmmm. Look harder....

Why, he's hiding right there behind that cat. See the one whose ears are being forced straight out by her headband thingy? (Um...not my favorite look for her.)

Hope your Halloween was safe and happy!


b. said...

So...So...VERY CUTE!!
All of them.
Every single one!

Sister Pottymouth said...

Thanks! I think so too.

wendysue said...

So cute! Who could resist that little kitty with the little teethers!!

Hope your morning was filled with "NO candy YET!!!", just like mine.

Elizabeth-W said...

It's a boy house!!! No barbies in her hand. Just a car :D
She is precious! That is just the best age, I swear.
Unlike Wendy, my kids were up before me and going to town (probably to get it in before I started the "no candy YET" yelling.

Sister Pottymouth said...

Wendysue: Surprisingly, none of them has broken out any candy. Yeah, I know. Strange kids.

EW: You made me laugh out loud--it's definitely "a boy house" around here! She spent an hour yesterday chawing on that little red car. I could hardly get it away from her. I'm sure her 5 (no, wait a minute--6!) left a mark.

Lyle said...

Seeing the kids in their costumes is the only thing that makes Halloween worthwhile.

Queen Scarlett said...

I am now in the market for a kitty...yours is too cute. ;-)

cari said...

Fun costumes! (especially the scary ghost and that adorable kitty!) Did you dress up too?

Katie said...

Oh my goodness...they are ADORABLE! T-- was so proud to be a ghost...he scared Kallie so badly when I picked them up from school I had to show her it was T--before she would go next to him!

Your little kitty is so dang cute! I love the teeth in those pictures!

so, what were you this year!

Sister Pottymouth said...

Lyle: Amen to that. The candy is a bonus.

Q.S.: Thanks. She's a cutie, isn't she? This is such a fun age.

Cari: No, I didn't dress up this year. I'm not big into that, and I was too tired after getting everyone else ready to throw something together for myself.

Katie: I didn't know that T-- scared little K--! Poor K--. Yeah, I love little J--'s teeth too, until she grabs my thumb and gives it a chomp. (And I forgot to write in the word "teeth" in my last comment about the truck. Must have been late or something...) I can't wait to see your Halloween pics on your blog! I'm sure they were adorable.

Kengo Biddles said...

Your kids are great...mine wouldn't wear costumes. For that matter, they were confused by the fact that people kept giving them candy. They're so used to having to beg/borrow/steal it that they were thoroughly confused when it was showered on them.


Maybe next year?

NiHao said...

Great costumes! A's dirty shirt can be cleaned with a little photoshop. I still can't find Waldo!

dalene said...

I had no Halloween, so thanks for sharing yours--great pics!