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Ron + Hermione + Peter

Those of you who follow me on Instagram have likely seen some of these. But I always post a few Halloween pics of my kiddos, so here you go. Will was Ron Weasley. Piper was Hermione Granger. And Finny was Peter Pan.
All pics courtesy of my lovely husband.
 With their princess, pirate, and pumpkin cousins.
 Poor punkin . . .
 Mischief managed.
 My three.
My oldest two off to Defense Against the Dark Arts. 

Hope your Halloween was happy!

Comments

  1. So cute, as usual! And I'm very happy to see HP fans! Your family always has the best costumes.
    Also, loving Piper’s socks.

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  2. I saw these on your Instagram but just wanted to add that the costumes are so perfect and they all look adorable. Your youngest as Peter Pan is soo cute.

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  3. A. These pictures are awesomeeee!
    B. Is that a play house in the first pic?
    C. Your kids are suppppppppppper cute. Fabulous costumes.

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  4. First of all, the pics are gorgeous! So beautifully done. And your kids are adorable! My daughter was Scooby Doo this year. She always wants to be an animal, already planning to be a veterinarian when she grows up. :)

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  5. Amazing costumes! The final photo especially is perfect.

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  6. P.S. Angie--Dreamer's Pool by Juliet Marillier. IT WAS AMAZING. I recommend reading it ASAP.

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  7. Wonderful costumes and beautiful pictures! You have a gift for photography.

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