Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Here be...


It's not quite Hallowe'en, but if you're three - or one - and someone buys you a dragon suit, you obviously have to wear it.


It perhaps isn't the very most flattering garment for Granddaughter, who isn't exactly svelte... but she doesn't care.

It makes her very cuddly, as Son and Daughter-in-Law established when they visited last weekend.

10 comments:

  1. Dragons come in alk shapes and sizes, I'm sure...

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  2. Gorgeous. Do they come in newborn size?

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  3. Lucille - I don't know. I think they came from Marks and Spencer.

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  4. Jo has an October birthday and was thus always my pumpkin boy with a costume to match. However, when you're old and ten, pumpkins just don't wrap you up in such cuddly delight. Sigh!

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  5. Awww, how cute! Do children go trick-or-treating in Scotland? Or to children's costume parties or something?

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  6. Children go guising in Scotland - ie they dress up (put on a disguise) and go round singing a song or telling jokes for apples and sweeties and also, now, money.

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  7. I wonder which proud and doting relative bought these outfits?

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  8. The smaller suit is from Marks and Spencer and was last year's; the bigger one is in Sainsbury's current range for £12. I don't think it comes in newborn size, but such things are available; I googled "newborn dragon onesie" just now and got many results including )this.

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