You already saw my costumes from the Howl-oween 5K and the Terror Trot, so you know what I did for costumes then.
Aside from that, on the actual day of Halloween I was a ... well, I thought a classic, though I may be wrong based on my feedback from the current generation:
My outfit on that day was thanks to Tipsy Elves. PRO TIP: look at their pricing on Amazon first, you will likely save 50% or more.
Of course, having three costumes over the span of the "Halloween Season" just isn't enough for somebody like me. And thanks to my little guy, I get to add a whole 'nother costume category to my repertoire - group costume. Thus 2017's family theme was Muppets, with me being Miss Piggy, my husband as Kermit, and baby boy as Fozzie Bear.
Speaking of my little guy, I have good fun getting to chose his costumes (for now). With him just starting to pick up on animal sounds, I particularly get a kick out of his snore/grunt impression of a pig that sounds nothing like said animal.
Maximizing on this pig "impression", for my son's Halloween "school" party I sent him to daycare in a pig outfit ... that is technically a sleep sack, which we can reuse for the next couple of years hopefully.
And it wouldn't be Halloween without treats. So I sent my son bearing treats for the staff on Halloween day.
Yep, even more extra. Though this treat was far less complicated - just a glass bottle of Starbucks frap in either chocolate or caramel with a one bag each of Target monster and caramel cashew trail mix, wrapped in candy corn printed black tissue paper and tied up pretty with some curling ribbon.
The copper bin was my favorite part of that gift, and is now sitting on my dining room table as an unintended center piece (I guess I better figure out wear to store that thing before Thanksgiving in a few weeks).
So that was my Halloween - in a nutshell. What were your costumes like? Comment below!