The Chinese do not really celebrate Halloween. Like Christmas, Halloween is starting to catch on here. But it is not really a big deal. However, for my kids it is a very big deal. It is difficult to get good costumes or even the stuff to make a good costume, so I have to plan far in advance.
I got the stuff for the girls' costumes this summer while we were in the states. I did not get anything for Liam. Luckily I found the idea and directions to make this spider costume on the Internet. Liam thought it was cool, and I could get the stuff to make this costume here!
Eryn was a princess. She was going to be Rapunzel, but decided that she did not want to wear a wig. I am glad she told me before I made the wig.
Hallie was Big bird. The feathers were boas that I bought at a fabric store in the US
Hallie was big bird and her best friend Bliss was Elmo. (I made Elmo's hat too) Jon helped.
Bliss, Hallie, Eryn, Carissa, and Liam ready to go trick-or-treating.
Margaret brought over several kids to all go trick or treating together. This is not a normal Chinese activity, but she told several families to be ready for us.
I am thankful that the kids were able to celebrate and have a good time with their friends.