Dress Your Daughter As a Whore Day!

It’s almost Halloween and you know what that means… Time to dress your young daughter up as the dirty little whore you know she is! Aren’t you excited!?

It’s an awfully big and overwhelming decision with so many slutty costumes to choose from, so I thought I would help narrow your choices down. I’m a giver like that.

It turns out, no matter what your daughter’s interests are, there’s a trampy costume to fit the bill.

Is she into classic fairy tales? Maybe she’ll get it on with the Big Bad Wolf on her way to grandma’s house this year…

or, perhaps ditch her old sheep stuffed animal in search of a hot farmer!

Will she take from the bad (ugh, parents suck!) and give to the good (hello, liquors stores!) as a Robin Hood/Leprechaun/Hooker?

Does she love cuddly animals? A pussy cat is the perfect bet, of course.
Or, perhaps science is more her thing? In that case, tell her to ditch that crusty old microscope and go the prostitute-lady-bug route instead! A much more lucrative career choice.

If she’s a history buff, she can always go as the least clothed Egyptian mummy ever…

Even if she’s still a pre-schooler at heart, never fear. Turns out even Seasame Street can be spiced up!

Who knew?

See? It’s never too early to look like a cheap whore!

Happy Halloween!

{All costumes can be found in the kids/tween sections of costumeexpress.com and costumekingdom.com}

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Alexa Pierce 10 months ago

Ugh, this makes me want to burn down a costume store. I’m 17 (fell in love with this site because I babysit), but when I was young, T-shirts and camisoles were worn. The most risque costume I remember seeing was a mermaid Ariel, but the little darling was wearing a camisole underneath that fleshmesh. October is usually warm for where I live in California, but conservative measures are taken by parents each Halloween. Sure, I’ve seen a few ladybugs in tube-dresses who are still young, but it doesn’t take long before their parent drapes them in a sweater. Advertising to my peers that bandeau bras are real tops, that Daisy Dukes are absolutely okay, and that the more skin, the better is bad enough but trying to push this on elementary schoolers? Straight up sick.

M 10 months ago

none of these hit the knee. Ya done goofed

Amy 10 months ago

Why does she need orange fabric? Wouldn’t body paint do the trick?

Amy 10 months ago

You’re right! I’m pretty sure that’s the first costume I’ve looked up this year and not found a sexy version. I’m impressed!

Amy 10 months ago

Um…why?

Lisa 10 months ago

My 13 yo daughter likes to wear see thru tops,short skirts. I like to let her.

Tommy 1 year ago

Grackle, Could you be anymore unrealistic? Kind of hard to teach boys as you describe when the example being set for boys by girls is the opposite. Trying to make the trophy slut phenomenon a male problem is ridiculous. The young girl with no clue/ ignorant excuse is lame at best, and protecting them with shrouds of disinformation is a disservice to everyone. Expecting the world to change instead of responsibly shaping the mindset of the young girl is the wrong answer. The promotion of the idea that girls can carry on with no regard for others is complete nonsense. Girls should not be allowed to live with total disregard because they have just as much a part to play as anyone else. The hostile ideological protectors of girls don’t even give girls enough credit. Teaching girls that no matter what they do that they aren’t held accountable for their actions, and that nothing is ever their fault is really saying that they aren’t taken very seriously at all, and that sexual objectification is only part of the true injustice against them. What should be realized by everyone is that girls are living beings that are quite capable of learning, knowing and doing. Behavior apologists who are in denial of this usually end up casting the blame, making excuses, or justifying every action of the poor defenseless girl, which is called special treatment not equality.

Danielle 3 years ago

I saw too many of this costumes last night. Yuck. Where is the innocence?!?

Brianna 3 years ago

You see nothing wrong with a 10-year-old girl wearing a mini skirt that, should just need to slightly bend over, will show her butt (whether or not covered by underwear, because remember that most girls nowadays want to wear Victoria’s Secret thongs)???

I’m sorry, but this is not about being “sensitive” and it’s condescending of you to assume the problem is our emotions, not the action of CHILDREN’S COSTUMES being designed to be worthy of an adult-only exotic party. This is part of a larger problem of sexual exploitation of children in subtle, legal ways (like Halloween costumes).

Ashley 3 years ago

Some of the costumes for my 16 month old dd are to skimpy but I guess
she can start early.

Mom22Tweens 3 years ago

Today at Meijer I took a pic of a devil-whore costume for a TODDLER. I was unable to post the pic here.

Nicole Martel 3 years ago

oh… and my son is going to be Buzz Light Year :) Fully clothed :)

Nicole Martel 3 years ago

And this is why I am so glad I have a boy!!

Christina M. 3 years ago

LMAO@ “we have knees in our vaginas?!” — To the original poster — her knee is at the 2nd pink stripe in the stocking! I HATE costume shopping these days! They don’t have to make everything into a Naughty/Sexy costume!!! Grrrr! I was LITERALLY in the “TWEEN” section of our local costume store – and found an “Officer Bombshell” costume next to the “hot firefighter” costume. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the term tween — that means these costumes are geared towards young girls between about 9-12! WTF?! I almost threw up in my mouth! Sick perverts – not only to make them but for a “respectable” store to carry them is disgusting!

RachRiot 3 years ago

Yep, I too wrote about the kid’s costumes and how I don’t want my six year old dressed as Skankenstein. Hey, marketing idea: They should have a “16 And Pregnant” line at Party City! Genius! Me? I’m going as Freddy Cougar, but I’m a grown-ass woman.

Emily 3 years ago

We have knees in our vaginas?!?

Jack 3 years ago

This makes me crazy. It is hard enough to be the father of a daughter without having this nonsense to deal with.

I am not prude by a long shot, but my 8 year-old doesn’t need to be dressed in costumes that are so damn suggestive.

Naninatorr 3 years ago

Thanx for the laughs, having a college-age daughter, I’ve seen this for YEARS, and thought I was the only one who was disgusted…. thankfully my daughter never took the bait.. the idea of moms wearing the costumes with them is brilliant!…and to anyone who believes these aren’t so bad….that’s exactly what they want you to think …so when you surrender your children to this, they win..

Grackle 3 years ago

That just means you’re going to have to spend a lot of time teaching them that women aren’t objects created for the sake of men’s sexual enjoyment. Parents with daughters have to deal with one side of the coin, parents with sons have to deal with the other.

lsg1378 3 years ago

This is why I’ve decided to (money permitting) just buy the wig. They can do their own outfits 😉

Rorybore 3 years ago

this is perfect timing! I was trying to find a costume for myself the other day and the saleslady was showing me all the outfits: sexy vampire, sexy witch, sexy cop, sexy zombie, sexy fairy, sexy devil, sexy angel…wait, what?
I was like: have you got anything non-sexy? What if I don’t feel sexy on Halloween? What if it’s a “bloat day”? geez. enough already.
oh, the only one not sexy?
there was actually a Stay Puft Marshmallow man costume. probably lost from the men’s section *side eye*

Megan Karau 3 years ago

That’s what I love about living in Minnesota. You can have the sluttiest costume you want as long as it fits over sweat pants and a sweatshirt and on a bad year snow pants and a heavy winter jacket.

Peranting 3 years ago

The ads are likely targeted towards each reader’s preferences – most online ads are these days. That’s why you will all of a sudden start seeing ads for exactly that random thing you looked at a week ago. So maybe that’s why the ads are all for things you are a fan of…

zela 3 years ago

and whilst we are on Halloween…if you are wondering what do do with all the leftover candy (the yucky bits after you’ve scoffed the good chocolate)…it’s time to meet the Switch Witch (which could be a slutty S&M costume come to think of it!)
Here’s the backstory I tell the kids
Once upon a Halloween there was a little witch called Candi. She was a good witch and liked to fly over the neighborhoods watching over the kids trick or treating, making sure they were safe. As she flew around, she noticed that some kids had lots of candy and some kids didn’t get much. She decided to see if she could find some families to help out. Would you like to help too?
If you save just a little bit of candy for yourself, and put the rest outside your front door in your trick or treat bucket on Halloween Eve (or the night after), the Switch Witch will swoop down, take your candy and SWITCH it for a toy to say thank you for sharing.
If she thinks you ate lots of Halloween treats already, she might leave you a toothbrush as well. The Switch Witch will take the candy to other children so they can enjoy Halloween too.

If you want to ask the Switch Witch for a special toy, you can email her at SwitchWitch@mail.com and she will send you an automatic response as she is busy looking for toys for good and sharing families right now.

Parents.
•My boys love this, we spend some time sorting out the candy and saving a little so they can enjoy it later, they get a kick out of giving it to others
•I tell the boys the toy has to be small enough to fit into the their Halloween basket, and not too expensive because the witch has to buy lots of toys for other kids
•I have set up the email address to send an automatic response (cos kids love the quick response) but I’ll reply to you personally with “From the SwitchWitch” in the subject line in case they wanted to tell the switch witch their request in secret
•What to do with your hidden stash? – I know there were a couple of dentists in our area who took candy last year to send to the troops, otherwise I throw it out…with thanks giving and Christmas coming up, how much stale Halloween candy do you need in your life!

zela 3 years ago

I sometimes miss buying girly stuff as I have two boys, but not around Halloween! However, after much deliberation and intense perusal of the Pokemon guide, I’m about to sew a very obscure Pokemon costume (Dellibird), that my 6yr old have to spend the whole time explaning whilst trick or treating. Thank goodness his brother wants to be Snoopy again.

Jessica 3 years ago

As I was reading this my 5 y/o son climbed onto my lap and said “oooh” over the pictures. I’m just a little concerned.

Rebeccah 3 years ago

Hell to the yeah. That is NOT happening round these parts either!

Rebeccah 3 years ago

Make sure they wear their padded bra too! What the hell is wrong with this picture that people are attracting sexual attention to their KIDS?! Makes me nuts.

Rebeccah 3 years ago

Why should the girls get all the skeezy fun?! Bring on the tarted up boys costumes! smh.

Olivia 3 years ago

I don’t find all of these costumes inappropriate. But an easy rule to have that keeps them from dressing in a sexy way when they are way to young to be thinking about sex is to say that whoever you are going as you have to really go as. You want to be Big bird? You can go in full Big Bird suit. You want to be Little Red Ridinghood you can wear a costume that looks like you were in the play “Into the Woods”. You want to be a nurse? You can wear scrubs.And if they want to be someone who is inappropriate to begin with…Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj…well if you really have a problem with those celebrities than that should be a family standard to begin with.
But it is kind of disturbing to hear how many people think that this is a pedophile’s fantasy. I am pretty sure what they find attractive is the innocence and immaturity of little girls so I doubt seeing them dressed up provocatively is their fantasy. I don’t know…just something I picked up on my way to getting a degree in Abnormal Psychology.

Crystal 3 years ago

Thank gawd my daughter is just 10-months-old and I could buy hers at Carter’s. :)

Anna 3 years ago

oh don’t even get me started with this. an innocent search for a cat costume for a two-year-old was horrifying for all the wrong reasons.

The Cheeky Kea 3 years ago

Last year I found a ‘Sexy French Maid’ costume for kids. The girl modelling it on the package was around 9 -10 years old. And yes, it did really say “Sexy”.

Renee 3 years ago

…and your photos don’t really show the whole story. I was creeped out to see the 7-10 year olds with full makeup on displayed on the packages of most of these slutty costumes. Ladybug or cowgirl — doesn’t matter — you get a criss-cross satin corset. Really, it’s a child predator’s dream — why bother with illegal internet sites? Just take a stroll through a costume store. sick.

Chaserb 3 years ago

That’s not her knee…

Gingersnap 3 years ago

My husband and I were looking at costumes yesterday and stumbled across the sexy Sesame Street costumes. WTF? He said to the screen, “Thanks for ruining my childhood.”

Mojito Mama 3 years ago

My daughter did the same thing last year: orange and black stripped stockings, short shorts that she pulled out of the goodwill bag, orange top, heavy makeup and orange and black pipe cleaners in a crazy hairdo. I referred to her (not in front of her) as the Slutty Pumpkin. This year I found her a vintage wedding dress that was torn and stained and she is going as a Zombie Bride – at least she will be covered.

Corey Feldman 3 years ago

Very sad.

Evin Cooper 3 years ago

We’ve given up going to the costume stores. They figure out what they want to be, we hit the thrift store and put it together – and any extras we need from the costume store (wigs, etc) I make Daddy get on the way home from work. I just can’t handle my 3 year old flipping out because she can’t be Slutty Bird. You’ll be a Ninja Turtle and LIKE IT, goddammit. Oh shit…

http://www.ebay.com/itm/250885510739?hlp=false&var=550044780731

Mom22Tweens 3 years ago

The girls in these pix look like teens, but they are marketing costumes with microminis, lace-up bodices, and fishnet stockings to girls much younger. I wasn’t joking re the “tween Lolita” line. Scary.

halloweenmommy 3 years ago

Ok, the hooker mummy costume has gone too far! being a mummy means being wrapped from head to toe. Actually, most girls costumes look sluttly. My daughter wants to be !Hello Kitty!, but theres nothing cute or innocent about the costume. It’s a tight little shirt, and a mini skirt (if you can call it that). More like “Hello Sexy, how much for a F*ck and S*ck tonight”!

Kristen Mae 3 years ago

I would think this was hilarious if I weren’t so disgusted. I SPIT ON THOSE COSTUME MAKERS! PATOOEY! PATOOEY, I SAY!!!

Kelly @ In the Mom Light 3 years ago

no friggin’ way! OMG, I thought they looked at least middle school or maybe even highschool. that is sick!

Jen S. 3 years ago

I’m not so sure that the Sesame Street costume hits anywhere near the knee. The knee looks a good 5 inches below where that skirt ends. My daughters were skeletons last year (awesomeness), but my oldest wants to be Abby from Monster High this year. Of course, I got a costume in a size larger, so it falls below her knees and she has to wear leggings under it. It will only be so long before I can release the bubble on my 3 girls!

Mom22Tweens 3 years ago

They are still in elementary school!

Victoria KP 3 years ago

Wait! What? There is a trampy version of BIG BIRD. No wonder it pisses Mitt Romney off so much!

:-)

Kelly @ In the Mom Light 3 years ago

WTF??? these girls clearly aren’t in college yet when dressing like a whore for Halloween becomes some sort of competition….

Jen 3 years ago

Claire wants to be a pumpkin so I should just give her a brown hat and a triangle of fabric?

Mom22Tweens 3 years ago

Lat year my 11 year old tried on a vampire girl costume that almost made me puke. I got her a knee length basic black dress instead in the girls’ dept, not the costume section. That was fun to glam up without bodices or fishnet!

Mom22Tweens 3 years ago

She realized those lacy tights will be cold, so she agreed to wear blue leggings instead. I’ll have to convince her the tank top will be “cold” too. The skirt’s still a bit skimpy, but she’ll look like a nun compared to a lot of girls!
She said she’s a “Dark Angel” — “They’re half good, half bad — like they rob a bank but give the money to charity.”

Kristen Brakeman 3 years ago

I’ve never laughed so hard! So horribly true. Now when you go to the costume store, the kids section is like one aisle and the “adult section” (and I do mean adult) takes up 90% of the store!
Last year my 13 yo was a butterfly that was borderline trampy. This year she wants to be a ghost. Yeah! I’m getting her a white sheet and cutting out some Charlie Brown eyes.

Kristen Brakeman 3 years ago

holy crap!

Jacqi 3 years ago

Oh, I get ads for health insurance and furniture (in Australia). But yes, it isn’t really a kids site, she’s just a guest “kids view” blogger.

shoops 3 years ago

Sadly, look at the advertisement next to her post: wine, black heels, seamed stockings. Although I am a fan of those 3 things, it just proves everyone’s point about little girls growing up too fast.

ButteryMuffyn 3 years ago

So, I’m assuming you said, hell no way, right????

Lynn 3 years ago

I remember a few years ago some website was selling Pimp and Prostitute costumes… for KIDS!

I’m not a prude, honestly. But I am sick and tired of the sexualizing of our children. If a 21-year-old wants to tramp it up with a short skirt and breast enhancing bodice…fine, whatever. But my 9-year-old? I think NOT. And if my sister bought my daughter one of these costumes, she’d better hope she saved the receipt b/c she’d get it thrown right back at her along with a piece of my mind!

Alissa 3 years ago

I’ve noticed it in the past, but this year it seems even more so. Aaack!

The Woman Formerly Known as Beautiful 3 years ago

I prefer to lead my daughters by example. This year I’ll be dressed as Cruella DeVille wearing only a Dalmation spotted thong and a smile.

Sarah 3 years ago

I tried to find a costume for *myself* last year that didn’t make me look like a slutty slut. Options are limited to cowgirl (the unsexy version, overalls), or sumo wrestler. Made my own non-hooker costume.

Daughter is only 3 so we’re still doing the big fuzzy costumes. Thankfully it’s freezing here by Oct 31 so hopefully less sluttage? One can hope.

Alexis 3 years ago

Am having the same issue looking for a costume for myself. LIke the online stores need to have a “ho, not a ho” checkbox for searching.

Jennifer 3 years ago

Dead Nicki Minaj… that’s an interesting visual.

Jennifer 3 years ago

You forgot the sexy body bag and hot hamburger, but then maybe those were just for adults. Halloween costumes make me crazy. For sever years I just made them for my daughter, but now I let her look through the catalog and pick out the ones she likes. Then we go through and I explain why some are inappropriate for her age. I always end up pissed off (at the market) and she ends up frustrated.

Lady Estrogen 3 years ago

I’ve NEVER seen a lady bug look like that! Ahem.

My personal (un)favorite was the year my mom dressed me up as a Christmas present. Yup. A giant box, wrapped in pretty paper with holes cut out for my arms and legs. Every time I see Yo Gabba Gabba, I see those robots and I’m painfully reminded of that costume.

Andrea 3 years ago

They definitely do not pass the “bend over” test. :( Sad.

Melissa 3 years ago

SO glad that I only have a boy!

Dana 3 years ago

Sooo glad I don’t have a daughter to fight with over those. They really look more like something that might be sold in an adult toy store. Luckily, where I live, stuff like that will be covered by a winter coat during trick or treating. It’s usually way too cold to dress like that.

Kristin @ What She Said 3 years ago

Girls’ Halloween costumes make me weep for society. I mean, sexualizing Big Bird? Really???

My almost 3YO will be dressing up as Piglet this year. There is nothing sexy about Piglet.

Nicole DeZarn 3 years ago

Now that I’ve seen the boy version, I am even more pissed. P.S. I think I’m buying my husband the adult elmo whore costume–sexy!!! LOL

Gabby 3 years ago

Reading this, I am ever so grateful that my daughter has tomboy preferences. This year she wanted to be Woody (and my son will be Buzz) but I compromised and bought her a Jessie costume instead.She’s gotta be at least a *little* bit of a girl once in a while.

cyndy 3 years ago

What the actual fuck? That just ain’t right.

Arnebya 3 years ago

My 9 yr old asked to be a dead Nicki Minaj. I AM FUCKING WINNING AT PARENTING!

I declined to acquire that particular costume, but there’s no telling what she and the 11 yr old will come up with next.

Nicole DeZarn 3 years ago

fascinating! I never knew Elmo could be such a slut. This crap makes me insane. I mean, I get that adults may want to dress up and flaunt what they got but these are marketed for tweens and teens and it’s infuriating!

Nicole 3 years ago

Ha! You should see the dresses girls are wearing to school dances! They remind me of the hooker dresses Julia Roberts wears in Pretty Woman. It’s so sad.

Deb 3 years ago

I’m with you Scary Mommy! So tired of stores trying to make my daughters look sexy. Ewwwww.

Talia 3 years ago

I see nothing trampy about any of these. Thinking about buying my niece the Robin Hood one. She would love it! Are we really so sensitive that a costume that shows legs or is shorter than knee length makes a girl trampy?

MomO’3 3 years ago

Feeling thankful that my 7yo has decided to be Jessie from Toy Story lore for the 3rd year in a row.

Mom22Tweens 3 years ago

Last year Meijer carried a “Tween Lolita” line of costumes.

jennifer 3 years ago

Lets not forget about the Monster high costumes!!!! I’m sorry but my 9 year old will not wear fish net stockings and a short mini skirt and a half shirt ! WTH are they thinking !!!!!!

Nancy 3 years ago

My 11 yr old DD tried on a cheerleader costume on,HOLY HELL it was like 2 band aid’s…needless to say she looked at me and said “Ummm,mom I think I’ll be a sock monkey!” Smart girl I am raising.

Judes 3 years ago

My daughter is 13 now and I have never had to buy her a costume. She always creates her own out of stuff we have at home and dollar store stuff. This year she is creating a Pikachu costume out of a yellow hoodie and sweats. On the other hand, my 16 yr. old went as a French maid last year.

Stephanie 3 years ago

I’ve decided. I’m going as Robin Hood Leprechaun Hooker. Perfect for my first real stroll around a new neighborhood.

Missy 3 years ago

Ah, HELL no. What in god’s name is wrong with these costume designers? Halloween is turning into a freaking pedophile’s dream! Let’s dress up our preteen daughters as skanks then send them off into the night to knock on strangers doors and ask for candy. Yep, sounds legit. **Facepalm**

Mary Anne 3 years ago

Yep-ibly had one Halloween like that-she was a beermaid-ugh. HATE those things-what happened to the good old sheet over the head ghost getup>

Callie 3 years ago

This made me laugh!

Thank you.

Elisa 3 years ago

Yikes. I find the Sesame Street costumes especially unsettling.

Tinne from Tantrums and Tomatoes 3 years ago

Halloween is becoming more and more of a ‘thing’ in Belgium, so this is just right on time!
Thank you so much! I do hope they ship to Belgium…

tracey 3 years ago

It’s not just the girls who suffer. The boys have to SEE the girls dressed like that at early ages and grow up EXPECTING it. It’s self-perpetuating unless parents put their feet down about what is appropriate.

Urban Mommy 3 years ago

My boys would look fabulous as slutty Robin Hood/Leprechaun/Hookers. It’s not fair that girls have all the fun…

twinsplustwo 3 years ago

So far I’ve been lucky. My girls like the long princess dresses or being vampires. One year one was Asoka from star wars. There are choices but few at the store. I’d like one for myself that wasnt lingerie or a potato sack! Decided just to wear my work scrubs!

Jeni Kramer 3 years ago

I believe it was Party City that had a slutty Leatherface costume this year – incontrovertible proof that Halloween has gone skank-crazy! It was in the ‘adult’ section, but I still can’t even deal with that. I have a two-year-old son, and I’m feel for all of you who have little girls. This crap has gone too far. This year, for my own costume, I just can’t decide between a sexy gerbil or slutty Ben Franklin. Hmmm…choices….

Happy child prostitute day everyone!

Mom22Tweens 3 years ago

I was so happy when my 9-year-old decided to create her own costume instead. Then I saw it: a black miniskirt she outgrew 2 years ago which barely covers her tush now, some black lacy tights that looked cute in the catalog but look like fishnet IRL, a black leather jacket, and a skimpy tank top that was supposed to be worn under a shirt! If only she’d channel her creativity, um, differently…

Mom Off Meth 3 years ago

My daughter went out last year with a bunch of her 13 year old friends. They all looked like that. It was awful. And they froze.

Denise 3 years ago

What no cheerleader midrif baring a$$ showing costumes? Can’t have Halloween without that!

The Atomic Mom 3 years ago

They’ve tarted up Sesame Street? It’s a sad world now. I’m just making our costumes.

Mamarific 3 years ago

My daughter wants to be Katy Perry for Halloween, God help me. I bought her the candy-theme dress(which is actually kind of cute) with the condition that she wear a white t-shirt underneath.

Yuliya 3 years ago

What an excellent time saving post! Do you have recommendations for the Pre-K set? My child attends a Waldorf school so no character costumes, but perhaps a nice skanky fairy?

Heather Buen – Dallas Single Mom 3 years ago

Totally agree with you on this. You forgot the Disney Ursula costume.

heidi crowley 3 years ago

I don’t think the sesame street ones are slutty since when does a skirt that hits at the knee make you a slut? They’re stupid looking for sure, but not slutty.

Roxanne 3 years ago

I have daughters. I hate this trend. Thankfully one is a quirky one who wants to dress like a deranged prisoner. The others are not leaning toward slutty but will want to buy a costume and there are very few choices that are not slutted up. And since my kids are tall and older, they have to wear adult sized costumes. Soooo….. One way to deal with it may be to get one for myself and threaten to volunteer at their school as Naughty Nurse or something. That may send them home looking for homemade scarecrow outfits. If you are over 18 and going to Halloween parties, by all means, slut up if that’s your preference, but designers please provide some options for kids 13-18 and others who don’t want to slut up.

Alison 3 years ago

What happened to just dressing children in er, bee/bear/cat/cow/sheep suits? Or as pirates?

#NonHalloweenCelebrator

Sarahviz 3 years ago

*thanking heaven above that I have all boys*

Jennifer Rustgi 3 years ago

Ughhh. As a mother of a 2-year-old girl, I was shocked and (yes) saddened to realize how awful some of the girls’ costumes are. Looks like we’ll be making our own!

tracy@sellabitmum 3 years ago

Holy hell I need that leopard cape for myself!! I can wear it with nothing under it, right? Just trying to set the right example for my daughters. xo