Halloween Weekend -Get Ready!

With Halloween falling on a Sunday this year, many people are celebrating Halloween weekend, and it’s time to get ready! For our family, although we’ve procrastinated on a few things one thing we were sure to do was to buy Sammi’s Halloween costume early. She wanted to be the Mad Hatter this year so we visited the brand new Disney Store in Tampa to see if we could find that for her.

We were lucky to find one of the few boy’s Mad Hatter costumes that were left. She didn’t care that it was a boy’s costume because it fit her so well and looks awesome. At least that’s done. I promise to post photos of her in her costume, but for now here’s what it looks like from Disney –

We’ll be decorating the house tonight, carving a pumpkin and buying lots of candy for our trick or treaters. We love to use our Mickey pumpkin to hand out candy.

If you’re like us and haven’t gotten everything ready yet for Halloween, or maybe you’re more organized and want to prepare for next year, you can still save money! Get up to 50% off select costumes and accessories at Disney Store. Shop Now! Be sure to check out the adult costumes, which are the high price items.

Saturday, Sammi will visit our local grocery store while in costume and get some candy with the neighborhood kids. She’ll also go out to do the real trick or treat deal on Sunday with friends.

Are you ready for this Halloween weekend?

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Connie Roberts

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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