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Captain America Halloween Costume

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Mister informed me that he wanted to be Captain America for Halloween this year, which is funny because he’s never seen the movie and has no idea who Steve Rogers is.  He knows, though, that a hero with the name America is worth emulating.  LOL.  We found the perfect costume for him on

Captain America Costume

This costume includes the jumpsuit and character headpiece (shield sold separately) and retails for $22.99.

Available Sizes:
Size: Small (Fits most sizes 4-6), Medium (Fits most sizes 7-8), Large (Fits most sizes 10-12)

My kids play dress up year round, so we ordered the size Medium for him, because he would outgrow the small way too quickly!  He’s already been conquering villains and rescuing entire cities in peril with this costume, so I want this one to last!  He would have preferred the muscled version of the costume, but with his inability to sweat properly, I thought it wisest to let him be skinny like Steve Rogers was.  He doesn’t mind, as he loves that he can show off his patriotic pride AND conquer villains at the same time.  Sister wishes he’d lay off the conquering a bit, since she has to play the role of the villain.  LOL

Now we just have to get him a shield to round out his costume.

Do your kids dress up for Halloween?  If so, what are they dressing as this year?


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About Virginia

Hi there! My name is Virginia, and I am the author/owner of That Bald Chick. I am a Christian, wife, mother of three, full time homemaker, homeschooler, and ministry volunteer in addition to being a blogger. In my free time *cough* I enjoy reading, writing, taking walks with my family, and listening to music.


  1. Mary Schuh says:

    Mister looks so adorable! This year we were a lumberjack family; this is more due to the fact that some friends asked us to go trick or treating at the mall and we didn’t have anything planned. So, since we all had a flannel shirt, we were a lumberjack family and my husband sometimes referred to himself as “The Brawny Man.” It was fun! We hadn’t planned on trick or treating since my son is only 10 months old and I would feel bad/weird about eating all his candy!