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The many faces of Harrison (Halloween edition)

It's October, which means it's time for Halloween!  Harrison's FIRST Halloween.  Sure, he doesn't care, but since he is DEFINITELY our last baby I can't help but to buy all the "first" outfits- so I bought him a "My First Halloween" outfit-

He was a little ham this day, so I took advantage...

just relaxin'

Gimme a hug!

Don't you just want to squeeze him!?

And then I had to get skeleton pajamas...

because his brothers had skeleton pajamas.

They are still enamored by their little brother.  Truly.
I had to keep asking them to look at me because they want to do is stare at Harrison.  Still.

And one more, just because.

So, of course, I had to get him a pumpkin shirt because his brothers had one of those too.
Harrison was LOVING the brother time!

Then I ran across this little "batty for daddy" number, and I just couldn't resist.

And I can't just get a "batty for daddy" shirt when I found a "batty for mommy" shirt too.
(he wouldn't pay any attention to me even though I assured him his shirts said he was "batty" for me)

And then there was a cute little pumpkin bib that I found for less than a $1 before he was born...

That's all the Halloween attire I bought, I promise!
But... I love his little round belly in this orange shirt.  It's a little round pumpkin belly!

Yeah... I was swindled and hoodwinked by the makers of children's clothing this year.
But he is my last...
And he's sooooooo cute...
Worth it!


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