Babies and toddlers are always cute, but why not amp up the adorable factor with these precious Halloween costumes? They're perfect for baby's first Halloween, toddler trick-or-treating, or dress-up play time.
Baby’s first or second (or third!) Halloween is always a great time to make memories. Whether they toddle themselves along during trick-or-treating or accompany older siblings in a stroller or carrier, they can dress up as teeny versions of beloved animals and characters. Take it from these New York metro-based moms and costume sites: Everything’s cuter in miniature!
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New York City mom Sarah of The Stroller Ballet shared this adorable image of Gemma, who dressed as a festive flamingo (with matching sneakers!) in 2012.
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Little Devin is paws-itively adorable in a lion costume his mom found at a resale shop, but he “wanted nothing to do with it after wearing it for 10 minutes and soon became a mane-less lion at the ‘Wear It Again’ costume party,” says party host and Long Island mom Kimberly of Valley Stream Mom.
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Queens mom Annene accented Ginelle’s beautiful butterfly costume with feelers she made by attaching yarn balls and pipe cleaners to a black fleece hat in this photo from 2004.
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Tough Cookie Mommy Maria, based in New York City, dressed her loveable son as the equally loveable little red monster, Elmo, in this throwback pic.
A dream is a wish your heart makes! Baby girls can look adorable in baby blue as Disney’s classic princess, Cinderella ($34.95), available at the Disney Store.
Hey, space ranger! See what all the buzz is about as the premier defender of the galaxy in Disney’s Buzz Lightyear baby costume ($34.99).
This jolly little jack’o’lantern is all smiles in a plump pumpkin body and hat ($29), available at Pottery Barn.
Somebunny looks adorable in this fuzzy rabbit costume ($59). Hop on over to Pottery Barn to purchase it for your little one.
More Halloween Fun
For more Halloween recipes, plus costume ideas and spooktacular DIY projects, go to nymetroparents.com/halloween.