The Halloween of Feminist Bastions

A couple months ago, Claire and I watched Suffragette for a little girls' night while Tom worked. It helped jolt me into remembering just how much so many women gave for the right to be heard. I decided it would be fun to be suffragettes for Halloween-- that is, until I realized how much would have to go into the costumes. In my search for ideas, I found a site with a few female-power costumes for little girls. It was then that Claire's fate was sealed: she'd be the Notorious RBG and I'd go as Rosie the Riveter. 

Despite Claire absolutely reFUSING to wear the glasses for the photo (but loves wearing all other glasses at every other moment) she did manage to take one very supreme pose.

And if I had thought about it in time, I would have bought Tom the shirt that says, "This is what a feminist looks like" because he is top notch at being a champion for women's causes. 

Let's hear it for the girl. 

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