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Unexpected Joys in Our Own Backyard | Trunk-or-Treating

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We did our trick-or-treating early this year at our church trunk-or-treating and chili cook-off event — but don’t let that fool you.  Even though I’d had Wyatt’s costume brainstormed for about a month that didn’t keep from procrastinating and throwing together his costume the day of.  The smell of tempera paint still fresh on his car…

I decided to make Wyatt’s costume this year because I love doing that kind of stuff but also because Go, Dog Go is literally his favorite right now. As well as anything dog.  So I really felt I had no choice.

He was a peach as always and although unsure of the whole scene at first, got the hang of everything real fast and had a blast! And even got some chocolate out of the deal.

You should fully expect a full blown tutorial of the Go, Dog Go costume sometime next week. Leaving you plenty of time to make your own Go, Dog Go costume… for next year. winkwink

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