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Suri Cruise is Halloween Ready

Suri Cruise is Halloween Ready

Mother-daughter duo Katie Holmes and Suri Cruise wear matching orange dresses as they play together on a Central Park playground in New York City on Thursday afternoon. Looks like this twosome is ready for Halloween! (Suri carried around her favorite stuffed giraffe.)

Earlier this month, Katie and Suri toted around matching orange Hermes shopping bags. They sure do like to match their oranges!

Can’t wait to see what Suri is going to dress up as for Halloween!!!

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173 Responses to “Suri Cruise is Halloween Ready”

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  1. 51
    suri Says:

    Put some warm clothes on me…….PLEASE!!!!

  2. 52
    Eel O'Brian Says:

    What she ‘needs’ is for people like you to stop telling her parents how to raise her, #42.

    Jeez, #44. All she did was brush her hand away trying to get inside on her own.

    You’re an idiot, #48. Obviously you’re new here because I brought up IMDB because people here have accused me of being Yorick Brown from that website. That’s why I mentioned IMDB.

    Yes. I named myself after comic book characters…AND expresidents AND movie monsters AND cartoon characters. Like I said, you MUST be new here.

    I wouldn’t know if I write like him. I don’t go to IMDB.

    I’m not obsessed with anyone.

    Never said I was any authority, #50

  3. 53
    Dancer Says:

    Wow. What FUGLY dresses. Oh my! Awful.

    You know maybe Suri has sensory integration dysfunction. A lot of those kids can’t stand to be enclosed in anything like tight clothes? YOu can see Katie has a blanket around her in the swing, so Katie must know she is cold. Oh but wait, Scientology doesn’t ever recognize anything being wrong or a child being ill with anything that isn’t a cold etc.

  4. 54
    Katie Holmes Says:

    What have I told you about going on my expensive laptop, Suri?

    *slap and punch*

  5. 55
    Katrina Says:

    Take a look at pics of Suri’s from a year ago, and you’ll see her wrapped in gorgeous coats. She almost had a new one everyday. Suri was even in tights and all. It’s not like Katie would just suddenly decide not to cover up her daughter when she was bundling her up a year ago.

    The fact that Suri’s not wearing cold weather clothes is more likely linked to the fact that she’s in her terrible twos (and can and will take off anything she doesn’t want to wear), than to the possibility that her mother is as stupid as you claim. Hello. She has a blanket around her daughter. If she really didn’t care, she wouldn’t even bother with the blanket.

  6. 56
    qq Says:


  7. 57
    Check The Bodygaurd Says:

    His super thick turtle neck sweater under a full weight winter ski jacket speaks volumes.

    Stupid Hal,” little girls always have pink noses”????? Where, in comic books?

    No Hal they do not, never unless they are freezing or have a sinus infection. Her fingers are also pink from the cold.


  8. 58
    S Says:

    I can’t stand this family….they aren’t “newsworthy” . And BTW who dresses like their child anymore? WEIRD

  9. 59
    To Eel O'Brian Says:

    How many must I tell you that I’m not Yorick Brown or anyone on IMDb

    LIAR! I can post a dozen comments from you using the name Yorick Brown on IMDB on the Katie forum. It’s the same sh*t you say here. Defending them no matter what even when its obvious they are complete idiots as parents. God….you are such a coward!! Why don’t you admit that you were laughed off IMDB because of your stupidity.

  10. 60
    LolaSvelt Says:

    Nah, I’ve been going on this site for like 2 years now. I’m not new. And you’re Yorick.

  11. 61
    BRADLEY Says:



    Thanks for the posts!! Love Katie Holmes!

  12. 62
    cindyjean Says:

    Some of you are just as nutty as a fruitcake. We all know that you don’t catch a cold through being cold and not wearing a coat. HOWEVER, it is not a good idea to expose yourself to the cold for a multlitude of good reasons. If it were a good idea, this woman would be conditioning herself too, and not dressing herself warmly.

    Suri is a child. They get cold and just keep on going. Will it take a case of frostbite to get it through their heads that a 2 year old is not capable of making those basic decisions.

  13. 63
    Someone_please_tell_me Says:


  14. 64
    insecure katie Says:

    It’s like Katie has to have her phone in her hand everytime she walks outside now. Maybe she’s expecting L.Ron to send her a special Xenu love message via satellite.

    Most likely she is carrying the phone in her hand all the time is to act like she is important and expecting a call. I’ve never seen her with anyone but her handler, Tom, Tom’s mom, her mom, and the weirdo men that go with her everywhere. In over 3 years, not a single photo with anyone else. That speaks volumes.

    How could she be waiting on a call constantly when she has no friends.?

  15. 65
    MADONNA Says:


  16. 66
    suri slaps her mom Says:

  17. 67
    Katie neglects Suri Says:

    For the IDIOTS here that say it doesn’t matter:

    Children love outdoor winter activities, whether it’s sledding, building snow forts or making snow angels. But sometimes, it seems, they’d rather run outside in t-shirts. For their health and safety, kids must be properly dressed. Learn how to outfit them in winter clothing that is warm and comfortable.

    Winter brings many outdoor activities that your preschooler enjoys. To have a safe and enjoyable time outdoors, your child needs to be properly dressed. As one day care provider said, “A child will not admit to being cold just to be able to be outside.” It’s a parent’s responsibility to provide winter clothing that is warm and comfortable for their children.

    Freezing temperatures and cold winds can cause parts of the body to freeze (frostbite) and can even cause death. Dressing properly can help your preschooler survive the cold.

    There are three ways to stay warm when it is cold.

    * Cover all parts of your body.
    * Dress in layers.
    * Keep dry.

    Other concerns include loose fitting clothing, safety, quality and self dress features.
    Cover Yourself

    In cold weather it is important to cover all parts of your preschooler’s body. Proper clothing helps protect your child from very cold outdoor temperatures or from drafty indoor rooms.

    Indoors, the child should:

    * Wear at least two or three thin layers of clothes on his body, arms, and legs. Several lightweight, loose layers of clothing will keep the child warmer than one heavy layer. An undershirt helps hold in warmth.
    * Wear socks and shoes.

    Outdoors, the child should:

    * Wear a hood, hat, scarf or face mask on the head. Over 50 percent of the body’s heat loss is at the head. Cover your preschooler’s head to keep warm.
    * Wear a scarf around the neck.
    * Wear a coat or snowsuit.
    * Wear mittens or gloves — two pairs when it is very cold.
    * Wear warm boots or waterproof boots over shoes.

    Dress in Layers

    Two or three layers of clothing give more warmth than just one thick garment. Air is trapped between the layers. This still air is a very good insulator.

    Choose warm underclothes for your child’s first layer. Choose thermal knit shirts and vests with long sleeves. Long underwear, thermal pants, or tights can go under jeans, pants, or trousers. If you don’t have long underwear, have the child wear an extra pair of pants or pajamas. Be sure the fit is not too snug.

    Choose warm daytime clothes. Daytime clothes are the second layer. They should have warm features such as:

    * High necklines or collars that button up.
    * Long sleeves – knit or button cuffs.
    * Fitted waistlines – belts, buttons, or elastic.
    * Long pants – slim, straight leg styles are warmer than wide ones. Pants are warmer than skirts. Get pants big enough to fit over long underwear.
    * Pullover, button, or zip up styles in sweaters.
    * Fabrics that are thick and fuzzy, i.e., denim, corduroy, knit or flannel, rather than slick and thin.
    * Add a shirt over a sweater or a sweater over a fiberfill vest.
    * Choose heavy socks and shoes with closed toes and heels.

    Choose warm outerwear. Look for coats with:

    * Hoods to cover the head.
    * Thick, puffy fabric, such as quilted fiberfill.
    * Linings of fake fur or flannel.
    * Overlapping fabric with zippers or snaps to keep the wind out.
    * Enough length to cover the torso or seat, not just to the waist.
    * Rib-knit cuffs inside sleeves to keep out wind.
    * Elastic or drawstring at waist to keep coat close to body.

    Keep Dry

    Your child’s body cools faster when wet. This is good in the summer, but not good in winter. There are generally two ways you can get wet, perspiration and the weather.

    Wet clothes will not keep your child warm. Try to keep dry in cold weather.

    In snow or rain:

    * Choose waterproof boots.
    * Choose outerwear that sheds moisture. Cotton or polyester poplin, or nylon fabrics shed water well.
    * Look for mittens that have a warm lining with a water repellent outer fabric of nylon or vinyl.

    Although waterproof footwear is better, water repellent clothes are usually more comfortable than waterproof ones. Waterproof fabrics keep out all rain and snow but they may cause perspiration wetness, since they do not breathe or let air transfer among layers.

  18. 68
    Lisa Says:

    I wonder is Suri will go trick or treating? I wonder what her costume will be? I bet it definately won’t have sleeves!

  19. 69
    Eel O'Brian Says:

    I should not care but……
    the fact she always has her fists over her little ears concerns me.
    Autistic kids and add kids can be very sensitive to noise.

  20. 70
    Eel O'Brian Says:

    You all make good point about dressing a child weather appropriately,
    But then Suri won’t look cute! Isn’t that the whole point?

  21. 71
    weird folk Says:

    a different dancing in the park video:

  22. 72
    i think suri is Says:

    definitely autistic. the way she plays and interacts with katie is very telling. i hope tom is addressing suri’s needs. katie is so out of it.

    poor kid.

  23. 73
    Suri Cruise Says:

    Mommy, can we go home now?
    Can I get off the swing now?
    I am dizzy and freezing.
    How long do we have to stay out?
    Why can’t I just stay home with my nanny?
    Why do I have to be your prop everyday? Why not just carry your stupid, ugly and heavy Hermes bag out and leave me alone?
    Don’t you know I am so scared by those people and their cameras?

    I will definitely run away when I am 14, if I haven’t OD before then.

  24. 74
    Dancer Says:

    DListed has additional shots of this dress. It is so ugly, so incredibly ugly, it feels like running one’s fingers up and down a chalk board to look at it.

  25. 75
    J'onn J'onzz Says:

    I’m pretty sure that that’s inaccurate about Scientology, #53.

    She probably has that blanket around more because her daughter likes it rather than she’s very cold (which she doesn’t seem to be.)

    Yeah, #55. Critics always ‘conveniently’ forget about such pics.

    You could always just check a weather website, #57.

    You’re exaggerating. She doesn’t look cold or hardly red. You’re blowing a slightly pinkish nose out of proportion.

    Obviously they are ‘newsworthy’ since these threads are so popular, #58. Who dresses their child like what?

    Quit pretending to read minds, #59.

    She is touching the bars and her nose isn’t bright red. Let her PARENTS worry about her.

    What phone?

    I wasn’t laughed off anywhere, #60. You got the wrong guy.

    Read my comment to #60, #61.

    What phone, #65?

    You;re just another critic who’s ‘conveniently’ missed pics of Holmes by herself or with her own family.

    She has plenty of friends. How would you know she doesn’t?

    Mind your own kids, #68.

    She’s not autistic, #70.

    Of course she’d still look cute with warmer clothes. This is why those silly accusations never work.

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