Children’s Place – Halloween Costumes for Babies and Children

Family Fun Event –  Children’s Place is having a Grand Opening Event this Saturday in Sherman Oaks. The Westfield Fashion Square Mall welcomes The Children’s Place on Sat. Oct. 27, 2012. Get your photo taken with Sponge Bob  SquarePants from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Enjoy a framed photo, giveaways, sweet treats and exclusive deals at the family fun event. Bring your children in a costume and receive an additional 5% off their entire purchase.

Want to know where to find “My First Halloween Bib” and adorable coverall costumes?  Great inexpensive Halloween costume can be found at Tiny Tillia by Avon. They offer the cutest coverall costumes for newborns to 9-month old “first Halloween” babies. The 100% poly micro-fleece costumes feature a hood sporting a sweet animal face and 3-D Halloween sock set. Items start at $5.99. Go to  Tinytillia.com or Avon.com

Babies and older children will want to wear the colorful tees and costumes from The Childrens Place. The other day I walked into THE CHILDREN’S PLACE  at my local mall with my daughter.  My 7-year-old ran over to the cute graphic tees.  “My favorite was “Mommy’ s Lil’ Pumpkin.” My daughter liked the witch instead.  Their costumes are on sale now too. Choose a pea-in-a-pod, sunflower, adorable kitty, pink princess or festive witch. Prices start at $3.95.

They are putting out some beautiful holiday outfits too. Here is where you can buy an affordable Christmas dress of outfit for parties, meeting Santa and visiting family and friends.

Click here to find  The closest Children’s Place to you – www.childrensplace.com

 

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A Spooky Fun Time at Disneyland

Halloween is one of my favorite holidays. I love seeing all the colorful pumpkins and Fall colors.  Every year we take a trip to Disneyland in October to get into the festive spirit.

The park is transformed into a lively autumn/Halloween celebration. The fun begins  the minute the tram leaves the parking garage to take visitors to the entrance of the park.  Main Street Disneyland has been transformed with more than 300 pumpkins and a 16-foot-tall Mickey Jack-o’-lantern.

My youngest daughter and a friend like to dress up for the one-day adventure.  They enjoy the attention from park staff with “Hello Princess, you look beautiful today” and a few visitors who take a picture of them.

The Haunted House with its 999 residents is decorated with Halloween  decor, featuring Jack Skellington and buddies from the Tim Burton film “The Nightmare Before Christmas.”  Space Mountain is even more scary with a new Ghost Galaxy. That is by far my favorite ride, because it is so dark inside and I never know where the next turn will be.  Star Tours offers new destinations and adventures in 3-D. Big Thunder Round-up has barnyard animals and a creative display of carved pumpkins and beautiful autumn displays.

Cruella de Vil, Jafar and Captain Hook wander around the park tricking guests into having a fun time at Disneyland.

At California Adventure take a peek at some of the props and puppets used in Disney’s latest movie – Frankenweenie. It’s in the Animation Courtyard.

Another favorite is “Mickey’s Sensational parade’ at 4p.m. and 6:30 pm on the weekends.  In the evening “Remember….Dreams Come True” fireworks start at 9:30 p.m. on Sat. & Sunday.

Dress up for Mickey’s Halloween Party to collect treats, and watch the newest firework show; Halloween Screams. Dance around the park and have your picture taken with some Disney and Pixar characters. Your costume must be child-friendly and not offensive or violent.

The fun is on Mondays, Tuesdays, one Wed. and Fridays during the month of October.  Halloween Day is on a Wed. this year and ticket prices for this magical day are $69. The park stays open later on these spooky nights.

Save on an advance purchase price of $54 per person every Tuesday. Friday night tickets are $64. All prices include parking for one vehicle.

1313 S. Disneyland Dr. Order tickets by calling (714)781-4565.