Friday, October 31, 2014

Happy Halloween from Mickey Mouse Clubhouse!

This year, in honor of our upcoming Walt Disney World trip, 
we decided to pay homage to Mickey Mouse Clubhouse- a Johnson Twin favorite. 
Besides the fact that Finn got complimented as "The cutest little girl!", our costumes turned out pretty good. Almost every item we wore came from Savers. My dress was made from a pink polka dot duvet cover I found for 7 bucks and I knew I couldn't pass it up. That means...yes, I made it. I MADE A DRESS! It's not pretty. In fact, it's pretty ugly. But, it worked. B is such a good sport and "played along". I took the boys out to both grandma's workplaces and they got to "trick or treat". This is a new stage for our family and it was pretty fun! We decided to take the boys trick or treating around our little neighborhood and the minute we stepped outside, Finn found a costume he didn't like. Hence, the scared face in this picture and the hiding on Daddy's shoulder in the next. It left us wondering how "fun" it will be to meet some Disney characters in a couple weeks! ;)



  1. LOVE IT! You guys look so cute! We're going to Disneyland in a couple weeks too, how funny. Have fun on your trip!

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