My bible study friend passed me an outfit that she thought would be very appropriate for Anya to wear on Halloween. She also passed me a ‘prop’ to go with the costume.
Guess who?! Here's a clue:
Boo! Did I scare you??
Did you guess right?? I mean, it’s quite a no-brainer since the answer is in the subject! :) I think Anya does look like a cute little Boo from Monsters, Inc. in that outfit. I found the Boo doll pretty freaky though! It talks! And laughs! Argh!
We took a bus down to ACM after Anya’s Little Gym class on Saturday for the Halloween Fright Night. I dressed her up as a strawberry (one of her favourite fruits) and she really stood out from all the kids in their witch and superhero costumes. I think she looked incredibly cute!! Ok, I’m biased. But there were many people who went “Aww! She’s such a cute little strawberry!” when she walked by!
The museum was nicely decorated with cobwebs, pumpkins and spiders, etc. There were quite a few scary activities lined up (horror movie screening, haunted house, ghost stories) but those only started at 7pm and I wasn’t planning to bring Anya for the scary things anyway. Fortunately, the kids’ corner was set up by 5pm and we had lots of fun making a pumpkin (ok, I did that all by myself while she played with colour pencils and markers) and a butterfly mask (she did some of the sprinkling of shiny things). We also managed to check out the current special exhibition: Sumatra: Isle of Gold.
ghoulish green facade
they really should clean the place more often! ;)
I mean, look at the size of that spider!!
blood donation to vampires
berry eager to party!
crafty little kids
scary paper pumpkin
being a little kay poh