Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Tiger Cub

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It was a beautiful sunshiny morn as I dropped my lil' tigress off at The Farm for the big Halloween party. I must say, not many things are cuter than pre-schoolers on Halloween. Fuzzy creatures and royalty were popular costume choices and the tray of spaghetti worms was a huge hit.

Pictures from Halloween night soon to follow. Including Clover's second costume of the day (so long fuzzy creature, hello royalty) and me as a yodeling slinger of hot chocolate and pudding products...


Anyone remember this?

13 comments:

bonfire of my vanity said...

what a cutie she is! and i love that book, Be Nice To Spiders. we have that one, too. looking forward to seeing your costume.

Thrifted Treasure said...

That just looks like the most beautiful place for kids to play, your little girl looks adorable as always!

Teeny said...

There was an old lady....i recognised the book cover of the original version straight away. i'm still totally creeped out by that book/rhyme. What the! Why would you DO that old lady!!!? Anyhow, Clover is a cutie and her careplace looks phenomenally fun as always.

Mrs. Habit said...

the farm, what a magical little spot. She is a lucky gal. And completely adorable in that getup. So too are all them furry little babes. Love it, every cobblestone, cupcake and critter in this post. Warm and fuzzy indeed.

xx
J

sally said...

clover is just too much!

Tera said...

So cute!!!She is so much fun!!! I still have my old copy of Be Nice to Spiders.....

terrallectualism said...

i love...

your ferocious tiger girl and how proud she looks in her animalia.

the suspicious side-ways glance she is giving the puking pumkin.

the way i feel relaxed just looking at those photos...the preschool must be amazing.

be nice to spiders! i still have my copy from childhood and fern likes to point out helen in each pic.

that swiss miss commercial! i had forgotten all about it, but found myself cracking up at the nomming mountain. thanks for the memory!

can't wait to see pics of you in costume and i am giddy over the vintage pics you posted below. it looks like you had a great halloween...thank you for sharing! love to you.

flaming hag folkwear said...

i know she is still a cub, but her face has changed a bit in recent months...she is really turning into a bonafide kid (not baby, not toddler).
i love that you dressed up for halloween and look forward to seeing photos. i was so exhausted getting the house and the rest of my family ready that i ended up masquerading as a lazy slob for handing out candy to trick or treaters.
p.s. i have been terrible at commenting lately, but i wanted to let you know that when i get to the computer, i faithfully check your blog and enjoy your posts! xo

Milla said...

Omfg cuties! Just two costumes? I can't wait to see the rest. Clover makes the most adorable little tigre tigre and I agree with Nicole, her countenance is changing and even her body seems more in kid proportion now. Looking at these last few shots, she seems so tall (not that toddler head-is-all look anymore ;) and ready to just leap and run and jump and not toddle at all. Little Cloverkin is growing up...sigh. I can't wait to see her in person again. Big hug to you both.

Alexa said...

Love that she had a costume change! Fabulous. And that little rack of books makes me happy.

Nicky said...

Crazy cute, your lil tigress!!! :D

Celynne said...

The little boy in the frog costume is so cute. And love the covert photo of Clover stuffing her face with that spaghetti haha...

moonshinejunkyard said...

she's too cute! i can't breathe! i love the way the kids are solemnly munching on special worms. this is pure halloween fun, the best kind, the totally heartwarming kind and clover just takes the cake at costuming! can't wait to see yours, i have a feeling mama looked pretty dang good too :)