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    Default *Spin off* What costumes do your kids love?

    The costume storage thread got me thinking. I have a 4 year old DD and a 2 year old DS and we don't have any costumes/dress ups at all. I am thinking we need to start a collection at Christmas, so tell me what your kids love dressing up as.

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    Gosh we have heaps - DS is massively into superheroes though and got 4 new outfits for his birthday off people - I've literally just bought him a dress up closet to keep all his outfits and accessories in! We have:

    Lightening mcqueen
    Doctors outfit
    Fireman outfit
    Motor bike racing suit
    Buzz light year costume
    Batman
    Superman
    Captain America
    Hulk
    Thor
    Iron man
    The flash
    TMNT ( the orange one)

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    I have two boys. The costumes they like include:
    Pirates
    Ninja turtles
    Transformers
    Spider-Man
    Any super hero really
    'Dad' (one of DFs old work shirts and pants, bonus is they sneak his boots)
    Police
    Army

    All I can think of for now

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    My kids have quite an impressive selection of dress ups:

    - 2 x astronaut
    - mermaid
    - spiderman
    - batman
    - wonderwoman
    - elsa
    - anna
    - doctor's white coat and kit
    - magic capes and hats
    - pirates
    - wiggles
    - tinkerbell
    - pink fairy princess
    - lion
    - monkey
    - bear
    - cat in the hat
    - little red riding hood
    - big bad wolf
    - witch
    - vampire
    - explorers
    - chefs
    - fire-fighters
    - king and queen cloaks and crowns
    - cowboy hats
    - pilot hat

    They have a dress up wardrobe in their playroom. Nearly everything is second hand from garage sales, op shops and ebay.

    Kmart have some cheap and cheerful dress ups.

    ETA: Unicorn, clown, hula dancer, alien.

    For Xmas this they are going to get proper scientist white coats and a little science lab!
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    Wow. We dont have many

    Just ones ive made for the book parade each year. Mainly because my kids dont use their imaginations very much (on the spectrum)

    But this gives me a heaps good idea for xmas for my dd.

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    I have a 4.5 year old DS and a 2 year old DD, it is all superheroes all the time in this house. They also like anything that's really simple to put on themselves- hats, scarves, necklaces etc. bags of all kinds are very popular too. Things that multitask are good- we have a white coat which can be a dr's coat, vet, scientist, etc. a magnifying glass for being a detective, or a scientist.

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    Doc mcstuffins and wiggles characters

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    Thanks for the ideas everyone! Interesting how so many are dressing up as superheroes....I am not sure if my kids would even know what they are. I like the idea of looking at garage sales/op shops. Ideas are definitely forming for Christmas.

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    My son is another superhero lover he has batman, superman, two Spider-Man but they are different, and a policeman we store them in a see through bag.
    Dd is only 19 months and she has an Elsa dress, a fairy dress and a few tutu skirts. Hers are kept in her cupboard.

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    I have a 4 yo DS and a 2 yo DD

    Their favorite costumes are: Police, Elsa, Pirate, Fairy, Firefighter and Spiderman.

    I would say dress ups are there favourite activity, it is rare that at least one of them is not dressed up as something!

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