Kids joined the event one Sunday morning, in a popular mall here in our city.
My girl, Zay, together with my sisters arrived early at the venue.(I was late for the event because I had to go to my graduate school. Big thanks to my 3 sisters who prepared Zay for the event. The mom was a little busy. I owe you guys, big time!) They had lunch at the mall and then immediately registered for the event. Zay was the 30th kid out of more than a thousand. Excited much lang? :)
At around 3pm, the fun began. Jollibee prepared a lot of games and surprises. The kids had some dance presentations too, much to the delight of the proud parents. They also gave awards to the top 10 most unique costumes. I really loved the different costumes they had. Really creative! Wanna take a look?
|Take a look at the yellow ribbon in his glasses|
|The minion and shy Tinkerbell|
|The white lady ( cue in scary music)|
She went trick or treating around the mall, after the party. The kids went from store to store for some treats. She didn't want to stop! Zay had a full pumpkin afterwards. :)
|Treats from a jewelry store|
Remember I told you that she is scared of those terrifying costumes last year? Not anymore!
In fact, she said, " I want to be a witch next year, mom. Or maybe a zombie!"
Uh oh! I really need to get my creative juices flowing to come up with something unique.
The atrium overflowed with fairies and princesses. Tinkerbell is one of the popular choices. But for me, she's my prettiest and my one and only Tinkerbell.