Friday, October 26, 2012

Flashback Friday! Halloween edition.

Since Halloween, is right around the corner, I thought it appropriate to do a little Flashback Friday of past Halloween's! 

But here's the deal with my Halloween past.

I only went one time. 

My parents decided that it was an evil holiday (hi mom and dad!) and we stopped all celebrations starting in 1980. 

But I did get to close out the 70's, with one Halloween under my childhood belt. And I must say, I was a cute little Indian! 


Seriously, did I adore my sister, or what? Remember my other picture, where I am admiring her? Well, here I am at 5 years old, doing the same exact thing. Can we say LOVE.


So, that's it. Not much for me to share, and I'm not bitter about that at all. (HI, MOM AND DAD!) 

10 comments:

Alicia Mcafee said...

You were pretty cute!! :) :)

Brittany said...

Your BROTHER!!!!!!

Hers and His said...

Don't feel bad... my mom wouldn't let me listen to Backstreet Boys for many years. Why? Devil Music. hahahaha

Hillary said...

So cute! Too bad about Halloween though.... How are they about it now? Do you take your kids out trick or treating?

Hope you have an awesome weekend!

xoxox

ginmommy said...

A side note about my parents; they regret not letting me go now. She read this, and felt bad, but I told her she did what she thought best at the time. They don't mind that we take our kids. And I didn't need THAT much therapy over it.....KIDDING!

Susie said...

How cute!! Glad you get to enjoy Halloween with your kids now!!

Jami said...

Your were super cute!!! I had no idea you didn't celebrate Halloween,

You know my friend Sharon didn't either growing up. Her kids do however. Her parents still don't really like it, but she just says it's her decision now.

Jessica said...

It's more fun now with the kids than it even wad when we were little.

Jaime Mac said...

I wasn't allowed to watch the Golden Girls on tv bc mom said they were 'dirty old women'. But guess who watches them in syndication now? Yes, my mother.
Eh, they do what they think is best for us at the time...
Love all the old pics! FUN!

melanie said...

We didn't celebrate Holloween growing up either. And I am still against it now. You always need to follow your convictions no matter what everyone else does