Getting psyched for your kid's first Halloween is a rite of passage for many parents, because it's such a fun, photo-worthy event. But how well do most costumes hold up to the realities of baby life? Looking at the Halloween costumes for babies that make diaper changing easy is a festive and practical way to approach the occasion.
Sure, if your kid is under a year old, he might not understand the whole concept of Halloween yet. In fact, he might not even notice a difference between costumes and everyday clothes. But putting your adorable baby in an equally adorable outfit for Halloween is a time-honored tradition, even if your little one isn't old enough to eat candy quite yet. The pictures alone are well worth the effort.
That said, many Halloween costumes do require more effort than the average baby outfit. Thankfully, plenty of costumers understand that parents need pretty quick access to babies at all times, even on holidays. After all, the likelihood of your kid having a diaper disaster is often directly related to the adorableness of your baby's outfit. To prevent these total disasters, there are tons of infant costumes with velcro closures or snaps on the back. If that isn't your style, the go the easy route with a holiday-themed onesie and a few choice accessories. Whatever the case, your baby will be be perfectly dressed for Halloween, but still able to act like a baby.
2The No-Costume Costume
4Candy Corn Kid
Controversial opinion time: candy corn is the best Halloween candy. Even if you disagree, dressing your kid as this seasonal treat is a sweet idea. Start with a candy corn onesie, then add a candy corn hat and some candy corn leg warmers. It's an easy take on the tricolored candy.
Fight fire with cuteness. The firefighter Halloween costume is pure perfection. If you're into themed costumes, check out the children's dalmatian costume for a slightly older sibling. Your family will have the hottest Halloween looks around.
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