Me being cute for one of my earliest Halloweens. c. 1980?
Mom handmade many of our costumes. 🙂 c. 1982
Yup, I wore the same costume two years in a row. No biggie. // All tuckered out, lol! Must’ve been some wild trick-or-treating. I love Jen’s rag doll costume. // Also pictured: Grandma and Grandpa (Dad’s side), and Mom.
A cute little devil (Ritchie) came to trick-or-treat. Jen used to babysit him across the street. c. 1986
Dude, I think those earrings were glow sticks! 🙂 // With Yia-Yia.
A strange costume selection for a nine-year-old…but I thought Charlie Chaplin was the coolest.
Jen was all in – check out her right hand! Believe it or not, the Mr. Peanut pants and plaid jacket were borrowed from Dad’s closet. Those pants ruled. c. 1989
The red Crayon costume saw several Halloweens with both my sister and me. Mom even made a toddler-sized version. // Jen rocked the colonial garb. The added touch of the candlestick kills me! A few years later, she landed a job at The Old Barracks Museum in Trenton, NJ.
The Gipe Bros: Brad the Smurf, Alan the astronaut, and Russ the mummy. c. mid-80’s?
My favorite in recent years, at a Day Of The Dead theme party. c. 2010
Nephew and niece love. The toughest Transformer, the sweetest calf, and the proudest Mama. c. 2011
Michelle and I pre-party. My line all night: “Hi, I’m Johnny Knoxville, and this is the bee-kini.” 😀 c. 2011
Boy Scout Bros! c. 2012
A festive bunch! Dad as Shrek, Max and Emma came from the pumpkin patch, and Nicholas lent his Harry Potter glasses to his sis. c. 2013
Hope you all had a fun-filled, spooktacular Halloween!