This adorable toddler dresses up for Halloween for the entire month

Photographer Gina Lee loves to capture photos of her 3-year-old daughter Willow wearing some fun and elaborate Halloween costumes. (Gina Lee)

With all the different options and varieties of Halloween costumes available, it can be hard for parents to pick out just one spooky outfit for their children. But that isn't a problem for Gina Lee and her 3-year-old daughter Willow, because Willow dresses up in costumes for the entire month.

This year, Willow has already dressed up as Ms. Frizzle from The Magic School Bus and as Sailor Jack from the iconic Cracker Jack treat.


The professional photographer and mother said that the costume tradition started she was having trouble picking out a costume for Willow's first Halloween.

"I could not decide between a roller derby girl, hot dog on a stick employee, or a lion. So she was all of them," Lee told ABC via email. "Each kid party we went to during October she was something different. I liked it. So many options."

The following year, Lee added even more costumes to the Willow's Halloween lineup, and captured fun portraits of her daughter wearing each one. Willow teamed up with her friend Cooper this year to dress up as Wayne and Garth from Wayne's World and as the magician duo Siegfried and Roy.


"I don't like to spend a lot on the costumes, so I use felt and lots of hot glue," Lee told ABC. "And maybe some spray paint to switch it up a bit."

While all of the costumes and expertly-crafted, there's a few that Lee and Willow like best.

"My fave is Orange is the New Black because I love the show," Lee told ABC. "She loved Ms. Frizzle and loved driving the school bus (pretend driving , of course).
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