Saturday, November 6, 2010


Bunny 2004
This was taken at Easter, but she wore the same thing for Halloween that year. I remember that the only way I could get her to smile was by singing The Itsy Bitsy Spider. Do you see him climbing up the water spout?

Here she is at Halloween. Cute, but you can't see the face or ears on the costume. She was barely two, and this was the first year we trick or treated. We probably only went to 15-20 houses, and she wanted to go inside them all!

flop eared bunny 2010
We had actual bunny ears, I swear, but they must have been a casualty of the move. We decided these dog ears would work for a flop eared bunny. When she stood up the tail was actually in the right spot. The neighborhood we're in now has pretty tightly packed homes, and she got a LOT of loot, even with coming back early because she was tired of walking.


Anonymous said...

She looks just like a flop eared bunny! The one we know is brown, too.

I'm glad she had a happy Halloween. Ours did too, although I thought it was a bit of a let-down. We do two streets, and the whole time (about an hour) we didn't see any other trick-or-treaters. Spooky!

JCK said...

Too cute! Is the jack=o-lantern a bunny, too?

Kyla said...

Very cute!

Rima said...

Totally adorable!

My son has gone as a ghost for the past three years in a row, and I wouldn't mind at all if that's what he continues to be every year. In fact, I encourage it.

imbeingheldhostage said...

Oh my goodness. Where did the MQ go? She has really grown up-- looks like a gorgeous young lady now.
I completely buy the flop eared idea and would NEVER have been clever enough to come up with it on my own.
Glad she had a bountiful evening :-)

Kat said...

Aww. She makes such a cute little bunny. :)