Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Is there sugar in syrup?

After years of being told he looks like Will Ferrell, I finally convinced Trey to dress up as Buddy the Elf. He's never embraced his celeb look alike status, but this year I practically forced it on him. And since I'm fat with child, I thought being Santa with a natural big belly would fit perfectly.
Our doctor/friend let Trey borrow this nice, velvet costume, while mine was of the homemade sort. Not quite as fancy, but it got the job done.
Jenna and her little family were perfectly coordinated. Cash's costume even had pads in the shirt and pants.
Ash and her two kids were jockeys, while Cam had absolutely no coordination with them and was a rocker of some sort.
I didn't get pictures of the other two families but we did take a group shot. We had a great time partying as much as we know how when Monday Night Football is on simultaneously.
In all honesty, I don't love Halloween and I hate the pressure of dressing up. I prefer to leave my house and turn the lights off to avoid trick-or-treaters. The kids are cute and all, but when the truckloads of teenagers show up, it's not so cute anymore. This annual party with my family, however, is actually something I look forward to since we can all make fun of each other and look ridiculous without actually going in public. Tomorrow night, however, Trey and I will be in public in our costumes and you better believe we are for sure not dressing like this. It'll be much more toned down.

4 comments:

Shanna said...

Jami, you and Trey are adorable. I love his Buddy the Elf costume! What a great tradition too to have a family Halloween party :) everyone looks great!

Ryan + Jess said...

Your costumes are adorable! You are so much more festive than us.

mickell said...

Too Cute! i lOVE that trey dressed up like that! How fun.

Dedra said...

This post cracks me up because I took a double take of your husband and thought, 'he looks like Will Farrell.' Then the next things I scrolled down to was him as Buddy the Elf. funny!

and your daughter is beautiful! Congrats, I hope you an recover some of her photos.

ps, don't worry, I'm not a stalker. I clicked over from Phil and Holly Casper's blog. Phil is my cousin.