Halloween was definitely different this year. Instead of packing the kids into their costumes and scouring the neighborhood for candy, we packed everyone into the minivan and drove to grandma's house, grandpa's house, and a close friend's house to get candy. Things are only going to get stranger under Covid as we approach Thanksgiving and Christmas, I suppose.

Our costumes turned out great! Everyone was happy and the kids loved seeing their grandparents. So, while it wasn't Halloween as we had expected it, it was still fun!

If you want to get inspired to make your own Batman-themed costumes, I posted earlier about how I went about designing each one:

Sewing a Homemade Batman Costume for Toddlers
We are dressing up as Batman characters for Halloween. I wanted to share how I made Rami’s Batman costume!
Sewing a Toddler Batgirl Halloween Costume
To go along with Rami’s batman costume, I had to make Saira a batgirl costume!
2020 Halloween Costumes: Robin and Poison Ivy
In the previous posts, I covered how I made the Batman and Batgirl costumes for the kids: Sewing a Homemade Batman Costume for ToddlersWe are dressing up as Batman characters for Halloween. I wanted to share how I made Rami’s Batman costume! CassieLooks Good to Us | LGTU [/halloween-2020-sewing-tod…

Our cat Gus even got in on the fun! He did not enjoy it, actually.

At the end of the night (6pm), Rami fell asleep on the ride home and took a nap in my arms on the couch. He's 3.5 now, so this rarely happens, and when it does, I have to take advantage of it and enjoy the cuddles.

Batman cuddling Poison Ivy?! Strange times indeed.