What a precious moment. That must have been a fun night for everyone. Joey looks to proud in his outfit.Love you AV
I sewed this tiger suit for Joey 26years ago, before ready-made costumes came along. He loved it as you can tell by the sober expression on his face. He took it very seriously! He wore it for his 2nd Halloween and then ever after whenever he wanted to be a tiger. The tail was stuffed with 10 lbs of stuffing and had a dynamic life of its own! All 5 of my grandkids wore this suit when they were 2 years old, too. I am so glad I got to mother that boy and create that fun for him. It was a privilege. I love you son.
Okay, so it's a leopard, not a tiger. Excuuuuse me!
oh... I thought it's a jaguar ... no, it's a cheetah ;)
Puma? :oD Adorable children and costumes. What a nice mommy to make a costume! My poor kids usually had to create their own. You did a good job with that sweet 2 year old--he became a wonderful, wonderful man.Trish
He looks like a super hero to me!Gary
Dear Karen & Joe,Joey was actually a "TIGER" disguised as a leopard. Joey was "fearless" yet tender. He was never afraid to tell you "what" he was thinking or feeling. GOD indeed "blessed Joey" with a wonderful mind & heart & spirit & family. Joey was truly unique.I remember those Halloween costumes back in Oct 1985. The enchanted & most beautiful princess' JoAnne & Jaime - with their fearless tiger in hand...as they came to our door.There were lots of giggles & fun.We "all" had much to be happy & joyful about in 1985...We praise & thank GOD because we "all still" have much to be happy & joyful about in 2008...Love & Prayers,Kevin & Shirly Cox (TN)
It is just plain precious!L - Auntie Viv
Seriously this is totally cute!Love to you all, Heather (Overholt) Parker
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