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Halloween 2008: Jedi Masters “tick ow teet”

1st November 2008

Halloween 2008: Jedi Masters “tick ow teet”

We had fun. The kids have been excited to wear their costumes for weeks now, and all day Zora kept asking “cah-toom now? tick ow teet now?” It was adorable. And yes, it is a pink lightsaber. lol.

We had a pretty good haul too. Lots of real candy and very few dum-dums and tootsie rolls. lol. The last house we stopped at was giving out both candy and hot dogs. That was different, but good because both of the kids were saying they were hungry as we treked back to the car.

Very short video of a compliation of the stills we took. When I was uploading the pictures onto my computer I saw the sequence of pictures flip by quickly and laughed heartily.

Could be titled: When Yoda went crazy

This entry was posted on Saturday, November 1st, 2008 at 3:56 PM and is filed under Autistic Life, Halloween, The Kids. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

There are currently 4 responses to “Halloween 2008: Jedi Masters “tick ow teet””

  1. 1 On November 1st, 2008, mommyoftomandelandjo said:

    oh my gosh, the Yoda costume is the cutest thing I have seen this year. They both look so cute. :mrgreen:

  2. 2 On November 4th, 2008, mischievium said:

    Great costumes! Have I told you that DH refers to our baby as Chewbacca? And whenever I try to discuss names, his response is, “We have a name– Chewbacca.” Ugh. Men.

  3. 3 On November 4th, 2008, Carrie said:

    I LOVE the costumes and cracked up at the video. The title you assigned it was pretty cute too! :)

  4. 4 On November 5th, 2008, Teresa said:

    Haha, that video cracks me up! She made a perfect Yoda. These are such delightful pictures.

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