Halloween Fun

When we asked Hailey what she wanted to be for Halloween back in September she said she wanted to be Belle from Beauty and the Beast.  Well we could not find a Belle dress anywhere and when she saw an Ariel dress she decided that was who she really wanted to be since Ariel is her favorite princess.  She had talked about being Ariel ever since.  Then during the week before Halloween Hailey went to the doctor for bronchitis and an ear infection.  While we were waiting (for an hour!) for her prescription to be filled we were hanging out in the toy section- and what did we see?  A Belle dress.  So Hailey just had to have it.

All dressed up as Belle for the Halloween parade at UPK.

Hailey at her school

The parade

Hailey posing with her pumpkin that she made at school.

Posing with her big pumpkin.

Ewwwww- cleaning out the inside.

Ariel’s face on the pumpkin

The next day we went to Trunk or Treat at our church and Hailey was Belle again.

Here is the Belle hairdo that I did- which I think turned out cute.

My pretty princess

At trunk or treat

On Halloween day- Happy Halloween!

And Hailey decided that she did in fact still want to be Ariel for the official trick or treating.

In this picture she told me she was “definitely super mad” at me because the real Ariel does not wear 2 shirts and 2 sweaters and 3 pairs of tights under her dress.

Posing with the scarecrows

Now a happy princess

Let the trick or treating begin!


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One comment on “Halloween Fun

  1. What another great batch of pics. LOVE the Pumpkin and grumpy face. Hehe

    You did a GREAT job on that hair too!

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