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May The Force Be With You!

Okay I know that was a little nerdy. What could be more fitting though really for this post. Recently my family was given the chance to review a Darth Maul costume from Wholesalestarwarscostumes.com, so we are stuck in Star Wars mode around here. Then again when aren't we, The Clone Wars is one of my sons favorite shows to watch. When we received the costume of course first came the fighting over who was going to wear it.lol So after checking ten times who it fit better my oldest son finally won. I was amazed by the quality of the costume. The material was thick and well put together, unlike so many costumes I have bought before and all for under $30! The kids have had HOURS of fun with this costume and can't wait to use it for Halloween. My middle child has already picked out which character he wants to be and we are all ready to order his. If you are looking for great costumes from Star Wars I recommend this site for you :O) they have everything from adult sizes and even that special costume for your pet! 

Comments

Dee said…
What a cute costume! I wonder what theme we'll go with this year...
Halloween time already....no say it isn't so. My little one will be almost 3 so we are going to have some fun this year!!
Mellissa said…
Those are the best years! My baby is going to be 5approved this year and she is so excited!
Fritter said…
It will be here before you know it! My twins will be 2 right before, so I know it's going to creep up on me too!
Unknown said…
What are great costume! (though, I ust admit that last photo is a little freaky!) :D

Blessings,
Kristine

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