Justin’s First Trick-or-treating

Last Friday, Justin’s school celebrated Halloween, one week in advance because they’re having their midyear break from October 26 to November 3. Kids are encouraged to come to school in their Halloween costumes. In anticipation of this event, we bought Justin a skeleton costume two weeks ago, which we found out later was a little too big for him. We were in a rush to buy it at Toys R Us because Justin might find new toys in the store that he’ll ask us to buy for him again. LOL!

Because I don’t want my son to feel uncomfortable wearing an oversized costume, I bought him another one, a Zorro outfit this time. Too bad the costume didn’t come with a hat and a sword. He didn’t want to wear Zorro’s mask because it was a bit tight, although I managed to take a picture of him in school wearing it. And because they’ll be trick-or-treating in school, I also bought him a pumpkin basket for all the sweet treats he’ll be receiving.

My Little Zorro

With Teacher Gwen

With Teacher Kara

Wearing Zorro’s mask

Standing proudly with the other superheroes in school

His Halloween loot

Did my little boy enjoy his first trick-or-treating? You be the judge of that.

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5 Responses to Justin’s First Trick-or-treating

  1. Chris says:

    what an experience!

  2. Hazel says:

    I'm so like you – rushing in toy stores because I'm afraid my kiddo's going to demand something other than the plan. Justin looks great with his mask on. Cute treats. What was their trick?

  3. Evan's Mom says:

    He looks great with or without the mask 🙂

  4. Seiko says:

    Kahit hindi nya magamit yung skeleton costume nya this year baka next year pwede na di ba?
    Anyway bagay naman sa kanya yung Zorro costume nya,ang cute cute talaga.Hugs!

  5. Josie says:

    Halloween is another holiday event that kids are now looking forward na, before it was only Christmas.. 🙂

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