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    Default Another Halloween thread - sister/brother coordinating costume ideas?

    I'm not sure if we will do Halloween costumes or not this year, as our usual Halloween party is cancelled, but if we do...

    I know DD would love to coordinate with her brother - other than Christmas jammies last year, we haven't really done matching or coordinating stuff for them. I know I've seen cute coordinating costume ideas before - anyone want to refresh my memory? DD will be just a few days shy of 4 years old, and DS will be 18 months. Thanks!
    Allison

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    I coordinate my kids more often than you do and do for Halloween also.

    Year 1 w/ two: Mickey/Minnie(DH *loves* mickey so it was for him. )

    year 2: Cinderella(dd's choice) and "gus" the mouse

    year 3: they were both penguins(a FamilyFun idea)

    This year I'm getting them excited about being a ladybug and a bumble bee. Just need to figure out how to make the costumes happen. I like to make them myself.
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    Does your DD like rabbits? They could be the tortoise (DS) and the hare (DD).

    I have no idea why, but that is the first thing that came to my mind when I read your post.
    DS '04 "Boogaboo"
    DD '08 "Lilybear"

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    Mary and her little lamb (or is a lamb too girly?)
    Any princess with various characters (Ariel with Sebastian, or Tinkerbell and Peter Pan, for example)
    Dorothy and Toto (or tin man, lion, etc.)
    Cheerleader and some type of sports player or mascot
    ~J, happy mom of two girls, ages 5 and 8

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    DD could be Goldilocks and DS could be a bear.
    DD could be curious george and DS could be the man with the yellow hat.
    If you make each of them a different animal, that would coordinate too. Or each a different fruit, or bug (as PP said)- butterfly, ladybug, bumblebee...
    What about a cowboy and cowgirl?

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    My 4 yo is going to be a mouse and my 21 month old is going to be a cat.

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    Jack and Jill
    Spoon and plate
    Eggs and bacon
    Mom to a LEGO master, LEGO apprentice,
    DUPLO kid & LEGO eating goat dog

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    Wordgirl and Captain Huggyface!
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    mama to DD 12/04, DS1 11/08, and DS2 7/13

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    I've been thinking about this, too.

    I asked DS what he wanted to be for Halloween, and he said "A police officer!" Then I asked him what he thought his little sister should be for Halloween. He said, "A little police officer!"

    Can't argue with genius.
    mommy to DS who is 8
    DD who is 5
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    Dc did Fairy & Gnome one year. I also like things like Cat & Mouse, Knight & Princess, Raggedy Ann & Andy,

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