And in my attention to detail, I also gave my outfit some thought too. I can’t go wearing an alcohol-themed costume to answer the door. Well, I mean I could ;) but I wouldn’t do that to some else’s babies. So, after pursuing through my closet, I threw this child-friendly ensemble together. Pretty cute, huh? I will never EVER get rid of this Betty Johnson romper. It’s Halloween-esque, cute, and oh-so-comfortable. Oh, and the skirt. I absolutely LOOOVE my skirt! It’s one of those pieces that transcends the seasons and will have multiple wears alone these next three months. Created by one of my favorite brands, this skirt can be paired with something as simple as a baby tee and as fancy as a sequiny holiday top; just a wonderful forever piece, you know?!
“Double, double toil and trouble; fire burn and cauldron bubble.“ – Shakespeare
Now, hopefully with my planning, I can keep my smiling-cool as some of these youngsters forget their manners and take handfuls of my beloved Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups ;) here’s to trying!