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Rose + the Doctor + Phineas

Happy Halloween!

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  1. Oh my goodness, FINN! I can't even, everyone is so adorable :)

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    1. Lol. He was very pleased to be Phineas.

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  2. Rose and the Doctor! That is super cool. Did anyone know who they were?

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    1. Plenty of people in Will's class did. There was actually another Dr. Who in his class. No one in Piper's. Not many kindergartners watching it, I don't think. ;)

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  3. OHHHHHHH adorable *_* i love DW and phineas y ferb

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  4. Oh my goodness, they look all kinds of awesome! Love it!!

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    1. Thanks, Heather! I love Halloween.

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  5. How adorably perfect!!! He even has David Tennant's hairstyle!

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    1. Lol. I finished doing his hair and he gazed solemnly in the mirror and said, "Mom. I look *exactly* like David Tennant." Success!!

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  6. Ah, so cute! Love the pose in the first pic - SO Doctor Who!

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    1. It makes me smile. Very Will & Piper and very Dr. Who.

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  7. AHHH! Your kids are so cute! Love Phineas and Ferb!

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  8. Oh my god your children are so old now!!! Seems like just yesterday they were Cinderella and Harry Potter...

    Is it very cold during Halloween? You're kids don't look like they're freezing. It's always COLD over here.

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    1. I know, right?! I can't believe it looking at them.

      It was chilly that night but not so bad when we took pictures. Finn definitely wore a hoodie when we were out trick-or-treating.

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  9. Love it! They all look adorable.

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    1. Thanks, Alexa. It was a fun night.

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  10. Fabulous! You did it again!

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    1. Thanks, Em! Did your kids have a good night?

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  11. Are these all your kids? SOOO CUTE!!!!

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    1. Lol. Just three of them: the Doctor. Rose, and Phineas. The three cowgirls are my nieces.

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