Wednesday, October 28, 2009

A glance at Halloween Lane

I thought it would be fun to walk down memory lane in regards to the holiday that is coming up on Saturday.  We have always had fun with dressing Molly up, so I thought I would share with you!

Molly at 2 months old

What a happy camper



Molly at 1 year, she had no hair!

Boo at the Zoo-Oct 2008

First time trick-or-treating, it snowed!

Molly 2 years, and now she has hair!

Boo at the Zoo-Oct. 2009

Trick-or-Treat 2009-and it didn't snow!

Thanks for walking down memory lane with I am going to grab some tissues, because man oh man, they grow up so fast!


HappyascanB said...

All of these pictures are precious! Molly had a lot more hair at one year than my 11 month old neice! :) I just love the precious ladybug costume, too!

Tina said...

You are never going to believe this. Okay maybe you will. That picture of Molly in the orange striped shirt with the black cat on it..... I bought that last year for Emily.

Funny thing, I just pulled it out of her drawer and she still fits it. So you will see pictures of her in it over the weekend. LOL

Happy Almost Halloween!

Unknown said...

Boy, she sure wasn't happy in that one pic! lol I enjoyed seeing Molly grow and change each Halloween. :)

Becca said...

Awe! What a little sweetie! I really enjoyed those baby pictures of her! I love all her little Halloween outfits.

He & Me + 3 said...

Super cute. I love dressing my kids up too.

Kristin said...

Ha! I know what you mean about needing some tissues! I can't even believe my oldest is already 9!! Molly looked adorable in all her pictures. She's just precious! It's funny how fast they get hair too, huh? It's like one day they have none and then all of a sudden they have a bunch!

Nicole said...

You should take her picture with the boo at the zoo pumpkin every year. It would be awesome to look at how she has changed. I still can't believe our girls are two!

Kelly said...

Precious pictures!! She had more hair at 1 year than several little kids I know :) I love her curls now cute!

He & Me + 3 said...

Yes, Toledo mud hens that is on her hat. We are from the Detroit area...isn't that where you are from too? Where abouts?

Debby@Just Breathe said...


Kelly @ Sufficient Grace Ministries said...

So cute!!! It's so fun to dress up our kids. When my youngest son James was deciding to dress up for his first trick-or-treat, he said he wanted to dress up as his daddy. So, he did...two years in a row. I love that!

I agree with the comment you left on my blog...that IS how church is meant to be. =)