Eva Longoria's 5-Year-Old Son Santiago Adorably Combines Two Halloween Costumes After He 'Couldn't Decide'

The actress shares her son with husband José Antonio "Pepe" Bastón

<p>Eva Longoria/Instagram, Tommaso Boddi/Variety via Getty</p>

Eva Longoria/Instagram, Tommaso Boddi/Variety via Getty

Eva Longoria's son just couldn't make up his mind this Halloween.

On Tuesday, the actress, 48, shared a sweet photo to her Instagram of her 5-year-old son Santiago as he got ready for the spooky holiday. Wearing half of a Chip costume from Beauty and the Beast and half of a dinosaur costume, Santiago made a roaring face as his mom snapped his photo.

"Santi couldn't decide what he wanted to be so he did both! Happy Halloween 👻🎃," Longoria wrote in the caption.

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Related: Eva Longoria Tells Younger Self 'You Look Just Like the Son You'll Have Someday' (Exclusive)

Longoria welcomed her son on June 19, 2018 with husband José Antonio "Pepe" Bastón.

In April, the actress penned a letter to herself as a little girl for PEOPLE's 2023 Beautiful Issue, sharing how her farm upbringing would steel her for the ups and downs of fame.

The letter began by celebrating her appearance and marveling at how much she looked like son Santiago while she was growing up.

"Wow, you look just like the son you will have someday, Santiago (you'll call him Santi)," she wrote. "Right now you're such a tomboy and love going barefoot and running around our ranch with the chickens and your older sisters. I know you don't love doing your chores like washing the dishes and feeding the cows, but I promise they will help you become a successful adult as you grow up."

In October 2020, Longoria opened up about her parenting experience on an episode of Anna FarisUnqualified podcast, saying that she's "never going to tell someone how to parent."

"I never want to be that person — to be on a podcast like, 'What I do is I put my son to bed at 7 because studies show that the brain ... ' Like, 'Oh my God, good for you. You go do that,' " said the actress. "I am in no way an expert of being a mom."

Longoria added that she's grateful to have "a village" of support and "a lot of help" with her son, in the form of her "huge family" who all assist with each other's children.

"I have an amazing husband who supports me, I have amazing sisters and I have amazing girlfriends who have kids the same age," she told Faris. "So we all chip in and get it done."

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