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Oct 24th 2020, 9:48 am
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Well, the decorations are up at my house. We've got the skeleton hanging on the front door, the stunned witch crashed into the garage door on her broomstick, the decrepit signs stuck in the front yard, the jack-o-lanterns burning, and the eerie music filling the night air.

I guess you could say we're ready for those trick-or-treators. That time is drawing near you know. I certainly hope you've got some spooky decorations ready to go up.

Or at least you've picked out your costume, right? Better act fast, because all the good ones will be gone. I picked up a princess costume for my teenage daughter over a month ago.

Now it's not just any aristocratic get-up. This thing is one of a kind. This year she will go as a zombie princess.

It's a blast raising girls. And it's not just because of the princess costume they sport on Halloween night. It's the whole wardrobe package. Just take a gander at any local clothing store.
The girls section is so adorable. Of course I'm talking about small girls here. When they're infants and toddlers, it's the best. The boy attire can hardly compete. So give this some thought; all you potential parents out there. It's more fun to dress up little girls.

I can still recall when my youngest daughter wanted her very first princess costume. It was on her third Halloween. She was so stoked about carrying a magical wand and wearing fancy shoes. I have to admit, I was worried that suck a costume would not be warm enough on Halloween night.

She didn't like it very much when I brought her coat along, just in case. The funny part is she ended up wearing it half the time we were trick-or-treating.

You definitely won't have any difficulties finding a decent princess costume this Halloween. These get-ups are everywhere and they come in all shapes, designs and colors.

However, like I said before, you should purchase your princess costume or any costume for that matter, ahead of time. This ensures that you will get that perfect size you require. It's always better to be safe than sorry.

Oh and, be sure to take along that jacket for your little princess on Halloween night. It just may get a bit nippy.
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