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    Zac Power! Excuse the bandages on his head, it's not part of the costume he just split his head open the other week!
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    These all look awesome!

    DS1 told me that his school does do dress ups for book week but they aren't doing it this year because the librarian is on holiday and no one else could organise it

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    DD's dress up day was today. She looked pretty cute!
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