Friday, October 30, 2009

Wrapping up October

What a month! It has flown by way too fast. We have worked harder this month than any month so far, which scares me for the upcoming Holiday months. EEEK!
Good thing I just LOVE my job!
Wanted to close this month with some pics.
First off, this is a picture of a childhood friend's children. Aren't they adorable?!?! I made these matching frankenstein shirts for her and I am so happy to share them! Thanks, Lauren, for sharing!

Nest up, are pics of my family during the month. We went to a pumpkin patch and had a blast checking out all the various pumpkins and fall foliage.

Meet the Flinstones.

We went to our local zoo's Boo at the Zoo and dressed up as a family. We got tons of compliments, so of course I considered this year's costumes a huge hit!

And let me just tell you about this tutu....

The girl is OBSESSED! She absolutely loves wearing this "tooo" as she calls it. I had to pry it off of her to get in the bathtub. Meltdown city! But so cute at the same time. My friend Jenn made the TuTu for Ava's birthday present and it's a big hit in our house.

And yes, I design kid's clothing. NO! I do not desing pumpkin masterpieces. Sorry. I know it's boring. But it's cute and friendly and Ava loved it. So, I guess that counts for something, right?

Happy Halloween, y'all!!


  1. I love love love all your baby clothes and bows! I just messaged you on etsy about the rompers (2 for twins)! I wanted to do The Flinstones next year with 2 pepples! PRECIOUS!

  2. Adorable. Love all the costumes, especially the tutu and bloomers :o)

  3. Oh how super cute! I love the Flinstone idea! The tutu is great! I love tutu's! My little girl was a bumble bee tutu and all this year! Check it out! :0)

  4. You all look great! The tutu and bloomers are definitely a show-stopper! :)

  5. Yea! I made your blog, ha! Glad Miss Ava likes the tutu:) Cute costumes!


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