Trick or Treat?

Last weekend we spotted this in Cold Storage.

Ee errr… so ugly face with droopy eyes. Why not scarry wan? I thought halloween is supposed to be scarry? Anyway, you put one cute stuff + one blogger + camera = CAMWHORING!!!!

There’s a guard watching us snapping and posing away. Prince is showing him the tongue. Wah lao. Baby was in her pram wriggling, to get loose.

See, so young already learn the art of modelling camwhoring. She’s holding a really small pumpkin with some flurry hair. Cute!

Wait till you spoted a really big and huge pumpkin. I’ve never see one so HUGEEEE in my whole life before. It’s so hugeeeee it makes my eye pop out when I see the price.

Wanna carve your own pumkin? Click here. This is my all time favourite Halloween link. Kids will love them.

My master piece!

Kinda lazy to carve a good ones. At least I don’t go like this.

-_- *ngek. Anyway, do have fun carving your halloween pumkin while I’m busy stitching the last piece of the kiddos costume. Princess is a witch from the land of Snow White, while prince wanna be Peter Pan. NO WAY!!!! Guy don’t look good in leotard and especially in GREEN!!!! I have yet to change his mind to be a pirate *sigh. Pirate is a MAN! Pirate fight! Oh yeah, Pirate captured Tinker Bell. Woot!!! I’ll let you guys into a surprise what I’m gonna be 😉 .

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  1. Allan said,

    October 27, 2006 @ 1:27 pm

    Haha the photo looks like 3 of them have different personality huh?~But still they are so kawaiii~~ ^^

  2. athena said,

    October 27, 2006 @ 2:42 pm’s halloween already?? hehe…

    ur kids are so obedient!!! u train them well!!!

  3. huisia said,

    October 27, 2006 @ 4:03 pm

    Hey, Jessie, i baru buat a halloween hat for my son.
    Do check it out in my blog…hehe…my first artwork ma..
    Who willing to buy the EXPENSIVE pumpkin ?

  4. Jan said,

    October 27, 2006 @ 4:28 pm

    the photos look great…..the pumkins look so cute leh but your kids cuter lar…kekekeke

  5. lilian said,

    October 27, 2006 @ 6:10 pm

    Awww so cute! The kids and the pumpkins too. We don’t have those tiny ones here but yeap, the huge one is the same price here in Penang. Halloween or not, I just baked a whole pumpkin with curry. Malaysia Boleh! Hehehe.

  6. jazzmint said,

    October 28, 2006 @ 9:08 am

    oo the pumpkins look so cute lerr…

    err 299!! that must be bloody huge pumpkin!!!

    wahh gotta sew costume somemore…i think if me sure die liao, draw also cant, sew oso cant…

  7. selena said,

    October 30, 2006 @ 5:20 am

    Ah Jang, thanks for the pumpkin carving link – kept cavebaby amused for a whole hour! :). Kudos!
    we cheated – this year we bought cavebaby a pumpkin fairy costume from Tesco.
    last year bought a witch costume from Tesco.
    and the year before that, a pussy cat costume from Tesco.
    and the year before that a fairy costume from Woolworths.

    every year must have a new costume, adoi sakitlah my wallet.
    (next time must go to a different shop for costume…..LOL)
    nasib baik the costumes are not too expensive here, only about £7 each

    The Queen says: Too bad Tesco here didn’t sell costume. If buy from Toys ‘R Us very $$$!!! (psstt… pass down some costume here la)

  8. Simple American said,

    October 31, 2006 @ 6:15 am

    My son carved a pumkin at school. It is the ugliest thing you ever did see. wakakaka

  9. Eden said,

    October 31, 2006 @ 12:04 pm

    Huh, I miss the pumpkin carve.
    I saw that RM299 pumpkin at cold storage too…kikikikikiki
    wanted to grabe home but, huh RM299 how can it last?????

    RM299 can last for how many years if i never use. But not pumpkin 🙁

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