Sunday, October 31, 2010

Fall Fashion- Day 7, A Very Modern Stone Age Family

I was going to do a clothes post but it's Halloween! Tonight is not the night for mere mortal clothing! So, I present-


The Flintstones 2010

I realized we kind of modified it. Bamm Bamm is actually Barney and Betty's kid, but we couldn't really find all the costumes together. We couldn't even find a kids size Bamm Bamm costume and instead bought a full sized man's costume and Greg's mom took the fabric from that and made Jack's outfit.




If This Outfit Were A Song-

Obviously!

AAaaaaand my outrageous surprise costume will have to wait another day. As dreaded, I just couldn't get the waist to fit right so some other time, some other diet.

I hope you all have a fabulous Halloween. It's been a blast this week and I'm quite sad to see it leave us as fast as it came. Still, I hope to see you all again soon and more.

Happy Halloween to all and to all a good night!

15 comments:

E said...

Love the family outfits. You guys look great!

SomisSurferGirl said...

such rad costumes! absolutely adorable.

Lea the Lion said...

Those are such cute costumes!

Lydia Marie said...

You guys all look so cute! You would think that a kids size Bamm Bamm costume would be easier to find than a man's one, but great job on making it work!

bebe bird beck said...

how cute!!!

LL said...

you guys looks so cute!

Em-Jae said...

Aw! Your family is too-too cute. I like that you modified the outfit to make it work for you :]

Chelsea said...

all three of you look friggin' awesome. Great job putting all of the costumes together. it's so stressful trying to figure it all out..... you done good girl.

AND, you look smokin' hot as always! what a pretty mama you are!!!!

Alycia (Crowley Party) said...

this is so adorable!

Baby in Broad said...

So awesome! You guys are friggin' awesome.

GIRL'S GONE CHILD said...

AHHHHH!!!! So cute!!!! All of you!

Althea said...

Very adorable. I laughed at your little man's costume, because (growing up in the midwest) I always froze my butt off while Trick or Treating!!

Amanda said...

Thanks everybody! We were pretty excited to wear them.

@ Althea- People kept asking us if he was cold and I wanted to laugh. It was like 75 that night. It was gorgeous. And this kid runs hot! I go into tuck him in at night since I like to sleep in an ice box (I think it's genetic, my dad had to have it freezing to sleep) and he always kicks his covers off. Last night he did the same and I felt him to see if he was cold- dude felt like was just wrapped up in an electric blanket!

Amanda said...

That was supposed to be "in to". And I want a cold autumn damnit! I envy your freezing off of the buttocks.

Althea said...

Haha, Amanda...I think I remember ONE year where it was warm enough to NOT have 17 layers under the costume and we were so psyched.
The grass is always greener, isn't it? I'd love to have warm weather year-round but I hear it can get boring.
It would probably take me awhile to get bored with the desert, though.