Posted by Tracy López
Their little faces say “Our mother forced us to be mariachi”, but I promise they’re happy… and the bigotes were totally their idea.
Posted on October 31, 2010, in celebration, holiday, humor, niños and tagged foto. Bookmark the permalink. 29 Comments.
@ *pol – :)
“Japi Jalowin” to you and yours, as my Dominican mom would say in English!
@ Angelica – Japi Jalowin to you too ;)
Your boys looks so cute! And I love your costume! Frida has never looked so pretty. :)
@ Leslie – Thanks :)
You’re just like her but… Where is your Diego Rivera??
@ Federico – I don’t know about “just like her” but thanks for your very generous comment. As for “Diego” (Carlos) – he’s watching TV and takes a break every now and then to come laugh at my uni-ceja. LOL. He wouldn’t dress up! :(
TRACY…. I love it. The boys look great and you look amazing! The photo is pretty dramatic with the a dark vibe! Wait to see my pictures.. I look like a clownish Frida (oh well!)
I love your Frida foto :)
CUTE- looking hot there Senora ;)
Hey….this is awesome and so cool. What a great sport you are too Buddy and I bet you all had a great time :D
I was feeling a little sick, but the kids had fun trick-or-treating with Daddy :)
OMG, all so adorable!!! I hope you all had fun! :)
So cute!!! Homemade costumes are 100x better in my opinion. Great job scary eyebrow lady.
You say “scary” but Aisha said “hot”. I like Aisha’s adjective better. LOL ;)
muy guapos los tres!
Gracias, amiga :)
Okay, I took down my Frida Kahlo photo. Hee hee. I can handle only so much public humiliation ;)
Que chulo! But I want to see your Frida. My daughter dressed up like her last year. I love Frida! Hope you had fun.
I E-mailed it. LOL. For the record, if you missed the photo and I’ve seen you around my blog before, just ask me if you want to see it that badly and I’ll E-mail it to you.
I love this!!! They look adorable. Did they have sombreros?
@ Grace – I couldn’t afford the nice formal sombreros and I didn’t want them to look too cheesy or stereotypical with dollar store style straw ones… Not all mariachi wear sombreros so I figured it was fine that way. (Though a couple people had the same question when they trick-or-treated.)
jajajajaj i love it!!!
So cute! They look so good! What a creative idea. I’m bummed I missed the Frida foto though! Boo! I bet it was awesome though. :-)
E-mailed it to ya :)
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