Halloween Tails

Despite all of us feeling a bit under the weather, we got J all dressed up to go trickin’ and treatin’.  (How could I resist putting him into such a cute costume?)

Halloween

The package claimed this was a horse costume, but I beg to differ.  That, my friends, is a mini-cow if I’ve ever seen one.  (Let me remind you that I live in Montana, so yes, I have actually seen one.)  Jayden very much enjoyed being a mini-cow, despite the fact that the costume was a full two sizes too small for him. 

On the way to Auntie’s, we practiced saying “Trick or Treat” (since “Gimme candy, Auntie Jae” was a little hard for him).  By the time we got there, he was happily chirping “Treat!” from the back seat.

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Treatin at Auntie's

There was much loot to be had at Auntie’s (something that made this Mommy very happy).  From there, we went to Grandma’s, where J discovered a deep love of pumpkins.

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NOMNOMNOM

Being a mini-cow is incredibly hard (and hot!) work, so we called it a night after that.  My mini-cow turned back into a little boy, and this year’s Halloween story came to an end.

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2 Responses to “Halloween Tails”


  1. 1 Noisy Quiet November 9, 2009 at 1:25 pm

    That is a cow.

    (For anyone who disagrees, find me a horse with that specific tail! 😛 )

    Very cute pictures 🙂 I actually found your blog through your “please” post at Nablopomo. Great story 🙂

  2. 2 mamajade November 9, 2009 at 1:29 pm

    I know, right! Clearly, the folks who were in charge of packaging have never seen a cow. No horse has that tail.

    Thanks for wandering over to my blog!


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