17, Oct 2018 | Playtime
We might still be in August, but is it such a bad idea to start planning Halloween? We all know the crazy commotion that is to plan everything practically last minute, We need to get the decor ready, the candy for the trick or treaters, and, of course, the costume. Which is, basically, the most important thing to cater to. Odds are our babies won’t remember their early days Halloween, so we must take the opportunity to dress them up as we please (and embarace them a few years later.). Bearing such thoughts in mind, today we’ll show you some ultra-cute Halloween costume ideas for babies to remember for ages! Check’em out!
Your kid can be king or queen of the jungle in this cozy, Where the Wild Things Are costume — plus, they’ll love having a tail for the day.
This wolf costume isn’t big, and most definitely isn’t bad, it’s just tremendously cute.
Calling all crawlers! This snail costume is made for the babies on all fours. But just because they’re dressed like a snail, doesn’t mean they’ll move like one.
If you’ve got a future scientist on your hands, they can dream big this Halloween in a baby NASA astronaut costume.
Your baby will love flapping their wings in this homemade baby bat costume. All you need is a black onesie, a few pieces of felt, and your sewing kit.
Have them channel their inner Wonder Woman this Halloween with this one piece bodysuit and matching gladiator sandals.
There’s nothing like a baby in a mustache to kick off your Halloween shenanigans. Plus, the soft mini barbell is a toy your baby will love shaking.
Turn your baby into everyone’s favorite wizard with just a few accessories.
This costume is all about making the most of what you already have, like a worn out feather pillow.
Grab that white onesie you have lying around. The only add-ons you need are orange, light pink, and black felt, and a hot glue gun.
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