Thursday, September 27, 2018

Our 2018 Halloween Costume Suggestions

 This post has been sponsored by Dr Seuss and KidzVuz.com. All opinions are my own. 
 Halloween is an exciting time around my home. I get excited to decorate the house, plan for our annual Pumpkin party or pick out costumes! I personally love dressing up! Maybe I want to hold onto the playful child spirit by dressing up. Maybe it is the look in our son's eye when we go all out to create a costume. It's honestly just plain good old fashion fun for a day!  
 Through the years you can easily find a us reading to Mac. Every night before bed he picks out a few book or after school before I make dinner. His GO TO book (series) have always been Dr. Seuss!! I remember reading him these books, practicing them really, when he was still in utero! This year we decided to try out these fun Thing 1 & 2 Costume and Cat in the Hat Bricky Blocks Build-On Snapback for you all.
  What kid (or adult for that matter) wouldn't recognize this beloved character?? 

"Designed for rainy day play and hours of fun, this soft polyester bodysuit features a printed patch with attachable numbers 1-4 so your little one can be any 'Thing' they want".

Can I just say, we had a LOT of fun changing the numbers for these photo ;).
The Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat Thing 1&2 Costume also includes: the bright blue fuzzy wig to make sure they can fly kites in doors in true thing fashion.
 
 Next up let's talk about the Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat Bricky Blocks Build-On Snapback Hat Kit.
As my son gets older costumes become more "kiddish". When he wants to dress up but not full on wear a costume this comes in handy!!

 "Inspired by the beloved children's book, this black snapback features soft black and white ears which frame the iconic white and red stovepipe hat. In the center of the hat is a white brick plate, compatible with most major brick building systems, which is perfect for crafting a variety of designs". 

My son has LOVED creating designs with the bricks and plate on this hat! Each day he creates something new to sport outdoors.
This adorable hat includes: Hat, 122 blocks, and Template
Perfect for a school costume party, trick or trunking or fun Sunday after noon of costume play!!
What are you being for Halloween?
Do you enjoy dressing up in Family themes??
Any guesses what I am dressing up as this year??
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9 comments

  1. My oldest is 14 and won't go out this year (boo hoo), but my 11 year old is going to be a taco lol.

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  2. I'm not going to be anything, but I think my son is going to be Goku. My daughters are still undecided.

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  3. How fun is that hat? And I love the costume!!! I would want it for Read Across America day in March!

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  4. OMG they are just adorable! I love the creativity in these costumes and the smiles on their faces definitely shows they do, too!

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  5. Love these costume choices. I am all about my thing 1 and thing 2. Love me some Dr, Seuss.

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  6. What a cute and fun costume!! I would love to make my girls Thing One and Thing Two!

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  7. This will be the first year my son doesn't want to go trick or treating. And we just moved and they only get about a dozen kids here. No dressing up this year. I love Dr. Seuss books. I had most of the books when my kids were young.

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  8. Those are really fun ideas! I think my twin nephews would be adorable as Thing 1 and Thing 2.

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  9. I love these ideas. They're so cute! I always wanted to dress my girls up as thing 1 and thing 2. Not sure they'd go for it, but I love it!

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