surprise, I went as a Q tip once. haha. How odd is that coincidence? It was a really fun costume - I dressed in solid blue (many q tips had blue sticks before) and used quilt batting to make a tall cotton hat, and batting around each leg. I really did look like a q-tip!
My best friend used to have halloween parties every year, and we did some fun costumes. Once I went as "the birthday girl" - with a girlish jumper, patent leather shoes and a white turtleneck, a ribbon around my neck with gift bows attached, a swipe of chocolate frosting on my dress and face, and a bad attitude. Sometimes, the simpler the better. haha.
I wish I was still pregnant during halloween because I wanted to dress up as an oven, and then the door would open where my belly was.. I thought that would be kind of cool.. But with me being due on the 29th I will most likely be in the hospital or a new mommy on halloween lol
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