So obviously, our Halloween costumes were Frozen themed. Obviously because what girl doesn’t want to dress up like Elsa for Halloween? And what parent doesn’t want to be their children’s supporting cast in the fantasy of being their favorite character? After repeatedly asking Alexis what she wants to be for Halloween, we have surrendered to the standard and typical answer of many 2 year olds. ELSA!
So 2 weeks before our Mickey’s No-So-Scary Halloween party, we went in search of family Halloween costumes. Surprisingly, no one was offering Kristoff costumes aside from really expensive and not-so-good-looking etsy options. Eventually, we found all of our costumes on DHgate.com (directly from China, ya’ll), which is where we will be ordering all our costumes from now on. Custom made to size ( a must when you’re 5’11” and 6’4″), great quality, acceptable pricing. My skirt fit perfectly and the length was ideal, which is hard to get. My only complaint is for some reason they thought the front of the shirt needed to have some room which made for a pretty uncomfortable and awkward top, but that didn’t stop from the whole toddler population of Magic Kingdom to be convinced that I am princess Anna ( on that in the next post).
It was much fun dressing little Elsa and seeing her reaction to our costumes. “Daddy, you Kristoff?” she kept asking him as he was putting his hat and boots on. She always was so excited to put some sparkle and shimmery shadow on, something I don’t normally allow.
We were staying at Disney’s All Star Sports just for one night for the Mickey’s event and figured we would take the family photos right there in the field before leaving for the park. It turns out it was one of the best decisions we would make, because not only the park was packed but little Elsa fell asleep on the bus (due to a nap she refused to take, but so desperately needed that day). I have some photos from the Halloween events and trick or treating which I will post this week, but for now I will leave you with this.