Halloween is one of the best holidays. It’s a day to dress up like your favorite character and walk around with friends and family, collecting candy. But what if you have a baby? How are you supposed to get them into the spirit of things when they can’t even walk yet? Well! I’m here to help! If you’re looking for a baby costume for Halloween, look no further.
You could dress your baby up as a peanut for Halloween. Here’s a list of peanut costumes to get you started:
- Peanut costume
- Baby peanut costume
- Toddler peanut costume
- Kids’ peanut costume
- Skunk costumes are hard to come by. If you don’t want to DIY, your best bet is to find one online.
- If you’re feeling crafty and have some time on your hands, try making a skunk costume yourself for your little one! There are plenty of tutorials out there for how to create these adorable masks.
- Or, if all else fails, this adorable dog costume from Pottery Barn Kids might be the perfect solution (and it’s at an affordable price point)!
If you’re looking to dress your baby up as something that’s a little more unusual, consider a bee costume. Bee costumes for babies are hard to find, but there are some online stores that carry them in their inventory. The prices of these costumes range from $15-$30.
While bee costumes may appear easy to put on and take off, they can actually be quite difficult when it comes to an infant who doesn’t know how to sit up yet (especially if you don’t have much experience dressing babies). Also, bees tend not to like water very much—and an infant will want baths! So if your little one spills a drink or has an accident while wearing the bee outfit… well… let’s just say there may be some issues with cleaning it afterward!
If all else fails: use caution when selecting any costume with loose parts on your baby’s head (i.e., eyes, antennae) because these items could get caught in something and cause injury if removed improperly by another person (or even yourself).
If you’re looking for a costume that will be both fun and easy to wear, lobster is the way to go. Lobsters are funny, silly creatures—and they match your baby’s personality perfectly!
To start off, pick up a lobster costume at your local Halloween store (or even just the nearest thrift store). You can also buy a hat with a big red bow on top, although this may not be necessary depending on how much hair your baby has and if they tend to pull up their hats. Next up: find yourself some lobster gloves (with little suckers) or socks and shoes with cute flippers attached. If you want an extra-fancy touch, look into getting matching lobster tails for each member of your family—they can all wear them as hats or put them over their shoulders like capes!
We hope these cute baby costumes have inspired you to give your little one a great first Halloween. From the experts at Chasing Fireflies, “we believe you’re never too young to have fun with dress-up—so you can start making memories from your little one’s earliest days.” The most important thing is to have fun and remember that it’s not about how much money you spend or how creative you are with the costume, but rather how much love your child has for this special holiday.