Christmas is a week away… which means it’s time to share our DIY family Halloween costume, because why not? Look, I have 2 little ones. Hence, why I’m posting Halloween costumes in December. But when they’re as cute as this Ms. Pac-Man and Ghosts costumes ensemble, I can’t let the season pass by without sharing. [And by “season,” obviously I mean “the last 3 months of the year,” which is totally a season in my book.]
Long time no talk, friends! I’ve missed blogging a lot these past couple of weeks. The flu hit our house with a vengeance, and we’re just now coming up for air. No better way to get back into my readers’ good graces than with a yummy recipe, though… right? This KitKat cookie recipe is amazing. The cookies are soooo soft, and the KitKat adds a little something different from my usual chocolate chip cookies. Trust me, this is the perfect unique holiday party dessert.
Since we’ve had children, the holiday season is more magical every year. In 2014, we were eagerly anticipating Colton’s arrival just a couple weeks after Christmas. The next year was magical because it was his first Christmas, and 2016 was amazing because Colton understood so much more of the excitement. And now it’s Blair’s first Christmas! However, since Blair is still nursing, I’ve been on the hunt for some holiday clothes for breastfeeding. Since, you know, I’m not so sure about wearing my usual uniform of nursing tanks to holiday parties.
Last year, Colton was Curious George’s Man in the Yellow Hat for Halloween! It was the perfect costume because he was so into Curious George at that time. If you have a little Curious George fan in your house, read on to create your own DIY The Man in the Yellow Hat Costume for Toddlers!
I can’t let Halloween pass by without sharing my favorite Halloween costume of all time. I put together this DIY Pillsbury Doughboy Halloween Costume for Colton’s first Halloween. Maybe I’m biased, but I think he’s the cutest little doughboy ever!