Time again for trick or treat! Knowing my wife, I was sure she was planning something again this year, after coming up with Seven Potter a year ago. So the first week of October, I asked her what she had in mind. This time will be more difficult, since we now have two boys. If Seven would be Harry Potter, we didn't want Sunday to be sidekick Ron Weasley. They had to be equals.
A lot of ideas but certainly no to settling for common or too-easy characters. So Anie told me what she was thinking...... and I liked it. It may not be as popular as the wizard from Hogwarts, but I definitely dig this one better. I'm a huge fan of the show, and I haven't seen this one being done by kids (or their mothers) before.
If last year was Hogwarts, this year it's Westeros.
Protector of the Realm. Breaker of Chains. The Silver Queen. The Unburnt.
Mother of Dragons. ANAERYS TARJERYEN. ANEESI of the Great Grass Sea. :)
Really fun when the kids dress up for trick or treat. And shooting them is even more exciting, nevermind if 3-month-old Sunday cooperated better than his 2-year-old brother. I love the output! And my wife made sure I blogged this, she's a bit upset that I haven't blogged Sunday's photos yet, as compared to Seven's baby photos. Okay, I'll find time to blog more often, and let me start with this one.
To cap this post, let me tell you the funniest part of this whole thing. While planning their characters, my wife told me : " Baby, dapat family tayo. Ikaw si Khal Drogo."
Funny not funny. No way.
Father to Seven. Prefers to be called "Pop" because Daddy is too sosyal, Papa can mean boyfriend / boy-toy or a ketchup, Tatay is too un-sosyal, and Popsie is just three letters too much. I don't like the cola because it's too sweet, but I esteem coach Gregg Popovich because he gets the job done. So Pop it is.