Mrs Knight, who came as shortbread
Larger version
 
This took about half an hour to get in a non-collapsible form, but it was worth it.
Larger version
 
Larger version
 
The 'three' and 'one' were easier to spot when they were lit up. Honest.
Larger version
 
"No, not since I was a student."
Larger version
 
Cath's really quite exceptional t-shirt, which lists the date and time of Emily's birth
Larger version
 
Mr Knight tries the brooding catalogue model look. It doesn't quite come off, but it's damn close
Larger version
 
Kirsten does the highland fling. Colin's just out of shot.
Larger version
 
Victoria dabbles with the bubble gun
Larger version
 
In retrospect, putting the superglue on George's - hang on, no, we've done that one.
Larger version
 
This is my brother-in-law. He came as Whiskey Glasses. Please pray for him.
Larger version
 
Two lovebirds in the kitchen. One's just a little more stylish than the other.
Larger version
 
First camping holiday
Larger version
 
Kit and George in costume...
Larger version
 
...as the High Road and the Low Road.
Larger version
 
Larger version
 
Mr Knight erupts into a vivacious Highland Fling
Larger version
 
Cuddles with Kirsten and Teddy
Larger version
 
The ceremonial destruction of the haggis
Larger version
 

"Hey, Mr Haggis-head man, who's trying to kill you?" "I don't know, but they'd better not."

Larger version
 
Katherine in a contemplative moment
Larger version
 
In comes the cake
Larger version
 
Larger version
 
Larger version
 
Emily models her new slipper socks
Larger version
 
World-famous rainbow jelly. Gone in sixty seconds
Larger version