It was the first halloween that Levi knew what he was dressed up as. He is very into football right now. Once we got through the trauma of getting those shoulder pads in, he thought he looked pretty awesome…and he wanted to tackle everyone he saw…including his little brother.
It was the first halloween that Levi was excited to go trick-or-treating and fill up his little bucket. Oh, and he wanted to show you his “biiiiiiiiig muscles”.
It was the first halloween that I had two little ones at home to dress up. And man did they look cute.
We tried really hard to get a picture of them together, but Levi wasn’t too interested. Sitting still wasn’t on his agenda…only tackling was.
It was the first halloweento go trunk-or-treating. What a great idea and so much fun! The kids got their candy and the adults got to hang out too.
It was the first halloween with cousins.
One certain little cousin led Levi around to all the cars and made sure he got his bucket filled with candy. Levi’s other cousin is the little giraffe in the background. He wasn’t too excited about the whole costume thing.
It was the first halloween that Levi got to eat candy…
and man did he love it. In fact, he plopped himself down right in the middle of the parking lot and ate and ate and ate. And he hasn’t stopped asking for candy ever since.
It was the very first halloween for Griffin. But you wouldn’t know because he isn’t in any of the pictures. He slept through trunk-or-treat and didn’t even get to show off his cute costume.
It was the first halloween full of costumes, friends, candy, and two sweet brothers. I can’t wait until next year.
How about a little tutorial?
I found a picture of a football onsie on Pinterest and used it as my inspiration.
I know Halloween is over…and you are probably already thinking about Thanksgiving and Christmas. So, bookmark/pin this idea for next year. Or, make it for your little one to wear to his/her next football party!