Tuesday, November 1, 2011

M*I*C*K*E*Y M*O*U*S*E

My Darlin' Boy was Mickey Mouse for Halloween...
Lou and I met Holly and Dylan at my Mom's yesterday so that she would have the chance to see him in his costume. I snapped these photos at my Mother's place. Dylan went out on the trick or treat journey with his cousins last night and then came here
to spend the night with Mom Mom and Gramps.


This morning we made Mickey Mouse waffles for breakfast.

It's a beautiful morning so in a bit we'll be heading outside to see what we can get into.
Hope you all have a wonderful day!

10 comments:

  1. Adorable! Love that you make Mickey pancakes too!!

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  2. ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh so cute, and where in the world did you find a micky mouse pancake maker!

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  3. Now that is the sweetest and most adorable little one I have seen yet...that little costume just looks so cute on him. You can see happiness all over that precious little face. Hugs

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  4. Oh your little Mickey is precious. Those waffles were cool. Great fun for the little ones.

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  5. I don't think I've ever seen a cuter Mickey!

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  6. He is just GORGEOUS !! have a lovely day, xx

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  7. He is just so precious. I love that you got to keep him for the night and had Micky pancakes too.
    What a prefect way to start the day!
    Thought of you when all that storm went through wondering if you were with power.
    Love
    Maggie

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  8. Well, if I've said it once, I've said it many times: I want to eat that little boy up! He is the most adorable, beautiful little thing. Oh, how I pray for a heavenly little grandson like that, you are so blessed! He is the picture of an angel. But I am quite sure he must have a little bit of a devil in him too. ;)
    Best,
    Gloria
    P.S. And that glorious blonde hair!!!!

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  9. p.s. and what a lucky boy he is... with his getting special "Mickey" pancakes from his special, loving, devoted grandma. :)
    gv

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