Note the Orien slave girl and "Pon Farr" Spock (above). They also had the U.S.S. Riverside:
We entered Abigail into the "children's" category at the costume competition. We dressed her up in a Starfleet uniform costume that my mom sent us (it was originally purchased for my sister Denali in 2001). Abigail received an "honorable mention" from the three Star Trek actors (her grandpa would have been very proud of her). She lost to a boy in a "fencing Sulu" outfit - black pants, no shirt, and a fencing sword. I think that George Takei was somewhat biased... ;-)
UPDATE (8:00 PM): As you can see from Abby's picture above, Katie did her hair up in two pig-tails on the top of her (Abigail's) head today. On our way out to the car this morning, Katie asked something about whether or not that would be appropriate for the costume contest because she wouldn't look like any particular Star Trek character. The rest of the conversation went something like this:
BEN: She looks like a Martian, she'll be just fine.
KATIE: Yes, but there aren't any Martian Star Trek people.
BEN: Okay fine, she can be an Andorian.
KATIE: Yes, but she's not blue.
This conversation is significant for the following reasons:
A) Katie knew that in the Star Trek universe, there weren't any native Martians.
B) Katie also knew that Andorians have antannae and she understood what I was getting at without me having to explain it to her.
C) Finally, Katie also knew that Andorians have blue skin.
Folks, I think this marriage will last.