Friday, October 27, 2006

Playing dress-up

Abby is going to be Goth for Halloween this year, so tonight Tater and I have been playing with her makeup. I don't have any real Goth-white foundation and Wal*Mart doesn't carry it, so we're using the white greasepaint-type stuff from a Halloween Makeup Kit from Wal*Mart.

Tater put it on Ab's face and instantly we knew it was a bit too much. We're going for a deathly ill pasty look - not mime-a-licious. Tater made a face and said, "Well, Ab, you could always go as a geisha."

Abby shrugged her shoulders and said, "Okay. But do I have to kiss a girl?"

5 comments:

Carrie said...

Thank God she's an easy-going child! It just wouldn't be fair for a child without a sense of humor to be a part of your family! What would you do? She's a doll!

cedric_the_destroyer said...

Your kind always have to try to turn the kids gay too, don'tcha!

Redneck Diva said...

Carrie, she has the makings of a real smart-ass. She has an amazing sense of humor for a 10 year old. She can say something so deadpan and then wait for the laughter - she may have a future as a comedienne.

Cedric, you make me laugh. You know that, right?

Stewed Hamm said...

Considering you're the gay Jewish member of your family, I can't see how this is a surprise. ;)

Sam said...

ROFLMAO.

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