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  • #594284

    ☕️coffee addict
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    I know it’s not even Tu B’Shvat and I’m thinking what type of theme should i do, I need ideas for costumes (for me, my wife and 18 month son) additionally what would i give for Mishloach Manos

    #848990

    ItcheSrulik
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    WHy not make the theme “simplicity?” You can start a trend.

    #848991

    Sacrilege
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    mbachur

    Why dont you base the theme around your baby’s costume? For example if you dress him up as a Teddy Bear (I saw the most adorable costume online) then you can do the theme of Goldilocks and you can dress up as the three bears…

    #848992

    deiyezooger
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    Make “Purim” your theme.

    #848993

    Poster
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    What can I dress up boys as. Matching.

    #848994

    mewho
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    Purim is on Sunday!!Love it!!!

    #848995

    s-h mum
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    Any ideas for 2 boys and baby girl all matching??

    #848996

    Sacrilege
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    Poster

    Cowboys, Soldiers, lil Tzadikim…

    s-h mum

    M&Ms!

    #848997

    snapplegrl
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    i would stick with somethng more pareve than cowboys and soldiers and m and m’s…. something u wouldnt be embarrassed to send them to yeshiva in..

    why not bakers, chefs, – whte hats for all of you.. any food goes

    girls nurses costumes are so cute and boys can be doctor- little boys love doctor sets…

    i saw families that each kid picked a color and dressed up like that from head to toe.. (pink wig, shirt, skirt, nail polish, necklaces…)was cute and creative..

    #848998

    Sister Bear
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    A few years ago I saw a guy pushing a wheelbarrow with his three babies(?) in it. They were dressed up as sunflowers and there was grass and foam around it.

    It was very cute!!

    #848999

    ☕️coffee addict
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    Why dont you base the theme around your baby’s costume? For example if you dress him up as a Teddy Bear (I saw the most adorable costume online) then you can do the theme of Goldilocks and you can dress up as the three bears…

    interesting idea, but we live in Miami and we’ll all probably melt to death before I even get drunk

    Make “Purim” your theme.

    and what would we be dressed as (I don’t see this one working)

    why not bakers, chefs, – whte hats for all of you.. any food goes

    I was thinking of that but the only food that would fit for my kid is a gingerbread man (and like I said it’s hot around purim time) and he can’t be a chef b/c he’s going to take off the hat

    #849000

    Sacrilege
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    mbachur

    Lifeguards. duh. 🙂

    #849001

    bezalel
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    i would stick with somethng more pareve than cowboys and soldiers and m and m’s….

    #849002

    ☕️coffee addict
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    Lifeguards. duh. 🙂

    c’mon tznius here, (My wife should be dressed up too)

    #849003

    ☕️coffee addict
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    Please don’t comment snowbirds, no-one would think it was anything

    #849004

    pirates,cowboys,fishermen,yerushalmis, etc

    in yeshiva u dont need costumes on purim u just get a bunch of random things and put them on makes life much easier

    BUT for me its purim yr round so im always dressed up

    #849005

    Shticky Guy
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    You could always dress up as a plain-clothes cop… 🙂

    #849006

    Sacrilege
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    mbachur

    You could all wear matching lifeguard t-shirts. Seriously, I didn’t mean anything different. *eyeroll*

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    #849007

    ☕️coffee addict
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    personally I was thinking UPS delivery guys and misloach manos being in boxes but having trouble finding costumes

    #849008

    NoNonsense
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    Friend of mine once did a similar theme. For UPS, you wear all brown then get their logo from online and put it on an iron-on transfer. For the mishloach manos, get small boxes, make popcorn to use as the padding and then all you need to do is put a second min inside the popcorn. My friend made a small cake, but anything will work.

    #849009

    zaidy78
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    I once saw a grown man walking around on Purim in Israel (where many wear frocks only on Peasch, Shavuos & Succos) in his frock, tallis with a lulav and esrog in his hand. After many years I am always reminded of that man!

    #849010

    ☕️coffee addict
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    You know, that’s a brilliant idea NoNonsense we don’t need to buy costumes we just get regular brown clothes

    THANK YOU

    #849013

    ☕️coffee addict
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    the problem is I have to find brown clothes that match UPS

    #849014

    Sacrilege
    Member

    Strict moderator.

    It was me

    #849015

    wasnt me

    #849016

    yogibooboo
    Member

    What about doing sesame street charecters?(they happen to have cute costumes)

    What we are doing iy”h is only going to happen if we find the costume online.(speaking of which ill start looking now) but if i say it people might know who i am so i will watch…lol

    Another cute idea is the Flintstones

    #849017

    Sacrilege
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    80

    Good thing, or else I wouldve had to use my get out of EDITED free card.

    #849018

    ☕️coffee addict
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    What about doing sesame street charecters?(they happen to have cute costumes)

    too hot in Miami

    Another cute idea is the Flintstones

    wilma isn’t too tzniusdik if u ask me

    #849019

    ☕️coffee addict
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    ok, with the returning or THE RUV (and I was thinking about it over shabbos) what should our Purim costumes be this year? (take note, i’m not in Miami Beach anymore, however it seems as if the weather has been miami Beachesque)

    #849020

    great now you can dress up as gingerbread man

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