They were the Frozen sisters in their coronation outfits, and Lyla took the job very seriously. She was decked out in heels, gloves, cape, crown, the works. And despite sore feet, she didn't take those heels off once. And I'd never been more proud. ;) Evie on the other hand had to be forced into her dress, but once it was on she'd twirl over and over to show it off. She could not, however, be bothered to wear her crown.
Here are some pics from Spooktacular:
They hid behind my office doors with Lyla whispering "let's show off our fancy dresses!", opened up the doors and they were ready for the coronation! :)
Lyla getting into character...Evie just being Evie.
...and then tantrums. A normal day for the princesses.
The Elsa costume came with an official cape, but it was not long and dramatic enough for Lyla's taste. She insisted on using this homemade one tied around her neck instead. :)
The sis shuffle. :)
This is the only picture we took of the neighborhood party. I'd never dressed up with the girls before, and Lyla kept insisting I go as a mummy. I opted for fairy godmother. I mean, they got it from somewhere, right? ;)
These pics are from actual Halloween. It was a bit cooler that night, but they did not let the temps get them down. Lyla played up the princess act, again wearing her heels the entire night. I mean she rocked that whole neighborhood without a single complaint. I even brought some comfy little Toms and offered them several times - and received an emphatic "no" each time. Evie wanted absolutely nothing to do with trick or treating. Ryan brought her up to one house where a teenager asked if she wanted a piece of candy. She responded with her trademark - "noooooooooo!" It was a good thing really, because Dad had already committed her pumpkin to more important things. ;)
When we got back home we were already out of candy so Lyla kept sticking her own pumpkin with her precious goods out for the kids to take some. Then she'd say "Happy Halloween! Have a good night!" Such a heart of gold. A true little princess right there.
Hope you had a good Halloween too!
I told them to act like king and queen - this is what I got.
"Wait a second..."
We went trick or treating with two families across the street. True to form, every girl was a princess.