Jaxson’s Second Halloween (PHOTOS)

I believe this tiger outfit also came from Old Navy, which has become our go-to shopping place for toddler Halloween costumes. I don’t remember why, but we picked a tiger. To my surprise, my wife thought to add some edge to the costume. She bought a couple of stuffed zebras, slit one’s throat for a limp head effect and added a red substance at the neck. Now, Jax had a freshly killed zebra accessory. I was so proud of her.

Jax LOVED stuffed animals. He got to play with the healthy zebra, and the one soaked in blood threw him off.

I wasn’t stuck on the east coast for five weeks during this Halloween. So you can find my fuzzy face in the pics below.

Jax seemed to have this face all night. I don't think he enjoyed being in the costume.

Jax seemed to have this face all night. I don’t think he enjoyed being in the costume.

The HELL DID YOU DO TO MY ZEBRA, MOM?!?

The HELL DID YOU DO TO MY ZEBRA, MOM?!?

Again, that not-so-happy face.

Again, that not-so-happy face.

Family.

Family.

Our house.

Our house.

Showing off the kill.

Showing off the kill.

Trick-or-treating.

Trick-or-treating.

We still prohibited candy at this point. So for all he knew this was a bowl of nails.

We still prohibited candy at this point. So for all he knew this was a bowl of nails.

Cheers.

Cheers.

zzz

3 thoughts on “Jaxson’s Second Halloween (PHOTOS)

  1. What was he your pawn? Take the cute kid trick or treating and not give him any of the candy. Is this the way you got your sugar fix?? Bad Daddy!
    He is the cutest thing. I sure wish he was dressing up this Halloween…

  2. I’m not understanding the logistics of keeping candy from him. Seriously! Turn your head for ONE second and my kids wrip that stuff open. They do it while we are walking IN the DARK. But I agree with Caitlin. Nice travel cup

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