As we circled closer to Halloween 2011, I was bracing myself for Max to ask for a Rapunzel costume. Granted, it had been awhile since he asked for a "girl" costume, and his wig collection had become almost exclusively decorative, but he sure had a thing for that girl with the long golden hair. So I was pleased when he told me that his cousin, Rebecca, would be dressing as Rapunzel, and he, naturally, wanted to be her outlaw paramour, Flynn Rider:
Sunday, April 8, 2012
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
In the Fall of 2009, we were planning a trip to Disney World for the week surrounding New Year's. The ad campaign for WDW at the time included a commercial that featured a little girl riding the carousel, wearing full Snow White regalia. This commercial really started to irk Max:
"Mom, how come they only ever show GIRLS wearing costumes to the Magic Kingdom? How come boys are never walking around wearing costumes? It's not right."
Thursday, January 12, 2012
Last year, Max went through a major Alice in Wonderland obsession. Not the classic Lewis Carroll book, not the Disney cartoon, but the Tim Burton/Johnny Depp version. He hummed the music, he played the video game, he endlessly dug his rabbit hole. For Halloween, he decided he just had to be the White Rabbit.