Wordless-ish Weekend: Halloween 2014

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For those of you who aren’t too familiar with the blogging world, #WordlessWednesdays are a common theme aimed at just showcasing photos (my favourite version of this concept is from the Cheerio Diaries. Andria’s photos are always stylishly and beautifully done). Wordlessness is not something that comes easily to me at all. But I’m so taken with my daughter’s first time choosing her costume (and her brother’s), that I have wanted to immortalize everything that was this Halloween.

So here it is my spin on Wordless Wednesdays, our Wordless-ish Weekend: Halloween 2014 🙂

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Hope you and yours had a wonderful, sugar-filled Halloween!

I would love to hear how yours went! Please comment, or share a link or picture from Halloween 2014 below.

xo,
Alana

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9 thoughts on “Wordless-ish Weekend: Halloween 2014

    1. I was so impressed with her idea and thankfully she didn’t change her mind after we got them! Your kids looked so awesome too!

  1. I love it Alana!!!! They are absolutely precious! So cute and I love that your daughter picked the costumes herself. What dolls your babies are! So glad you had a great time. ❤

    1. Thank you so much! It’s hard not to just want to immortalize it all when they are THIS cute in their costumes! Your skunks were RIDICULOUSLY cute!!!

  2. So adorable! They are precious. I love the pumpkin idea. I’m sure my daughter would love to make an Elsa pumpkin. I’m still recovering from Halloween. =)

    1. Thanks so much, Melissa! Halloween took a few days of recovery for me too. All of the lifting of toddlers in and out of the stroller to Trick-or-Treat was more than I anticipated!

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