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The first time your baby does anything it’s a reason to celebrate, but dressing up for Halloween is one of the best reasons around. Halloween is a super fun time of year, and if this is your first baby, get ready to find out just how big a holiday it has become!
If this is not your first, then you already know!
Halloween is seriously big business these days, with some estimates as high as $9 Billion dollars spent annually on everything from costumes to decorations to candy. It lasts a lot longer than it used to as well, with pumpkin patches springing up at the end of September in some spots.
And now it’s time to introduce your baby to it all!
Cutest Costumes for Baby’s First Halloween
These costumes are by far the cutest we’ve found! And you can shop for them via our affiliate links. Happy Halloween!
Posh Peanut Plush UnicornBecause your baby is one of a kind!
Posh Peanut Odet Swan
Ballet lessons can't come too soon!
Infant LeopardToo Wild!
Posh Peanut Archie BearWith a top hat!
Posh Peanut Baby BumblebeeIt's the Buzziest!
Posh Peanut Baby Leo the LionRoar!
Lil MonkeyJust monekying around, eh?
Hot Dog BuntingTake them out to the ballgame in this one!
Precious PeacockShake those tail feathers!
Wonder WomanShe's an Amazon!
Captain AmericaKing of the Marvel Universe!
GoldfishNot quite Nemo, but close!
Ear of Corn BuntingDeelicious!
Infant PeanutIsn't that what you call him anyway?
Stay Puft Marshmallow BabyWho ya Gonna Call?
Cuddly CappuccinoWe love our coffee!
Baby SkunkStinky-poo (and adorable)!
Baby SharkWe had to.
Tiny Tentacles OctopusCutest cephalopod on the block!
Baby CowboyBoy Howdy Hey!
Abominable SnowbabyWelcome to the Himalayas!
Baby Bandit RaccoonJust so cute!
Baby Hugs and Quiches ChefDinner is served!
Pee Wee PirateArrr Matey!
Astronaut TotGet ready for liftoff!
The Classic: Pumpkin!Because they are your little pumpkin, aren't they?
Celebrate Baby’s First Halloween
How much of the Halloween festivities can your baby really participate in? They’re too young for candy, so they won’t be going trick-or-treating, but that doesn’t mean they can't get dressed up! The neighborhood kids will love coming to your door and seeing your baby in costume, too! (And so will everyone else.)
Since the Halloween season runs for weeks leading up to October 31st, you may be invited to Halloween parties thrown by friends and family, or you may be hosting one yourself. Your little one is going to need to be dressed up like all the other kids, right?
Or what about visiting a pumpkin patch or a local Harvest Festival? That’s another dress-up opportunity. Even if they’re in a stroller, they will look even more adorable if they’re dressed up for the season.
And on the big night itself, even if they can’t sample the candy yet, they can be there with you as you hand out treats to all the little ghosts and goblins as they come to your door on Halloween night, right up until it’s their bedtime. Happy Halloween!
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