I’m sure we’re all familiar with how crazy and downright disturbing some adult Halloween costumes can get. (Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman couples costume?? Seriously??) The reality is that it’s very easy for some kid’s costumes to cross the line – instantly becoming a poor choice simply because it’s
I have a set of 3-year-old boy/girl twins. Outside of the obvious benefit to this – like the fact that they have a built in playmate in one another – I’ve also found that coming up with Halloween costume ideas for the two of them can be ridiculously fun.
There’s something about seeing kids and dogs together. I don’t know if it’s the unspoken bonds that kids and dogs seem to make, or the fact that they’re both low to the ground (which contributes to the cuteness factor). Whatever it is, seeing kids and dogs coexisting together increases
…Okay, well I’m a little biased. My twin 2-year-olds are avid Dora and Boots fans. Over the summer, my eccentric little girl decided to piece together an outfit on her own that consisted of a pair of orange shorts and a pink shirt. At that moment I knew what my
alloween is fast approaching, and if you’re anything like me, you’re scrambling to figure out the all important costume situation. You could go in so many different directions. Should you try and make costumes yourself or should you go with store bought? If you have multiple children, the question
Are you making any headway with your Halloween preparations? We Got Kidz is here to assist with a super cute freebie that will help you when it comes to planning your Halloween party. My last freebie brought you a printable invitation for the kid’s Halloween party – Here’s one perfect for
It’s October y’all! Whether you like it or not, Halloween is fast approaching. From spooky signs in retail establishments to scary movies on every channel; Halloween is unavoidable this time of year. Now, all of this may be great for you guys who enjoy the sweet feeling of adrenaline
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ere in Atlanta, the weather is already beginning to show signs of fall. The mornings are crisp, cool, and clear and the afternoons are warm and breezy. It’s about that time to start breaking out the fleeces and windbreakers, embrace the changing seasons, and celebrate harvest time at one
It’s about that time again – Time to bust the kiddie’s favorite super hero costume out of the closet and commence in planning events that involve all things spooky, creepy, and delightfully scary. Today’s freebie will help you when it comes to planning those super-cute kid’s Halloween parties. It’s
Halloween celebrator or not, you can’t help but to be inadvertently drawn in by all of the shenanigans that go on during this commercialized holiday. Celebrities seem to have the most fun during Halloween – attending themed parties and festivities in elaborate customized attire. Given that they have makeup artists
Ray Villafane – affectionately known as “The Pumpkin Master” – has “carved out” a very successful career as a talented sculptor. His specialties include toy, sand, and most impressively, pumpkin sculpting. Ray’s pumpkin carving talents were brought to new heights when he received the opportunity to appear on Food Network’s