With my kids in their mid and upper 20s, my wife and I have found it's increasingly difficult to get them interested in Halloween costumes, and the costumes we loved seeing on them when they were little "just don't fit anymore," according to them.

Did I mention that there was some serious eye-rolling done by them, too? Well, they may not be so cute now (because of their attitudes), but they sure were a couple of decades back (that's Spencer on the right as Dragon Ball Z's Goku, Molly is on the left after just getting home from work at the construction site. Can she build things? Yes, she can):

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What Costume Are Rockford Kids Googling More Than Any Other?

If you're thinking it might be a famous athlete, movie star, recording artist, or even an Instagram influencer...you'd be way off. Frightgeist.WithGoogle.com, the tech company's website showcasing the most-searched Halloween costumes nationwide and in every state, says that this year the searches are centered around a character know as "The Child." You may know that character better as Baby Yoda, from Disney's The Madalorian:

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The Movie Center, Facebook

Other Kids, In Other Illinois Cities, Prefer Other Costumes

According to Frightgeist.WithGoogle.com (which is a pretty cool searchable site), the kids in Chicago seem to be most interested in this costume (before the kid took off the mask and their shoes):

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In Peoria, "cowboy" is drawing the most searches:

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And in Champaign, it's...

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The number-one most searched for costume nationally is "witch," followed by "rabbit," and then "dinosaur."

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