I also have cut a TON of my hair off since this photo (more on that later too). ;)
I love October! In the past I don't think we have taken Brayden to enough events. This year, I realized there is no point in kids wearing their costumes only once. So, this year I decided to take them to multiple events to enjoy/show off their costumes. Unlike any other year this year we did DIY costumes.
One thing we definitely looked forward to was Scarecrow Stroll. It's a thing our city (St. Marys, GA) does in their downtown area. A couple days before the event businesses in the area make scarecrows to display downtown. The businesses that made the scarecrows set up booths/tables by their scarecrows and pass out candy at the stroll. It's fun and safe.
Look at our Scarecrow Stroll from last year when Brayden was a dragon and I was super pregnant. Oh my, Brayden was so freaking adorable in his costume.
He put his hood on later. I got this hoodie from Beall's outlet for $13. It has the bat ears on the head, a little mask that comes down over the eyes and a cape that velcros on. LOVE it! I thought it would be perfect for his Batman costume and of course, he can continue to wear it in the Fall/Winter. The pants are from a thrift store and his shoes are comic book printed shoes also from Bealls Outlet.
Lincoln teamed up with Brayden on trying to eat a lot of the candy during the stroll. Haha. We only give him Dums Dums. Everything else is pretty much a choking hazard.
Brayden wouldn't be still. :(
He was running around so the cape moved.
Linking up with: Dudemom, In The Moment With.., Better In Bulk, Home on Deranged, Tots and Me, Woven By Words, The Bewitchin Kitchen, Three Loud Kids, and Mama to 5 Blessings.