Toddlers occupy that middle ground between babyhood and big kid-ness and dressing them for Halloween has its unique joys and challenges. You can dress a baby as a vegetable or a rooster and they won't know the difference. But as your toddler starts to watch movies, play with toys and become exposed to the world around them, they may have a very strong opinion on their Halloween costume this year. With the newest Disney heroine out there, don't be surprised if you find yourself looking for a Moana costume for toddlers. Moana's spirit and determination (not to mention stubbornness) are the traits that help her on her quest to save her island. Coincidentally, you may notice some of these characteristics in your own toddler, making Moana a perfect character for them to relate.
Older children often focus their costumes on what they'll wear to school and during trick-or-treating, but chances are, your toddler will be more home-based, making it easier for them to wear a tropical Moana costume even if the weather outside isn't island-like. So consider this an opportune time to have them stay inside with a grownup and give out candy to trick-or-treaters. They're at an age when a ringing doorbell still garners great excitement and they'll love the responsibility of having the "job" of giving out candy to visitors while still getting into the Halloween spirit.
As Moana is known for her bravery and can-do attitude, she's a great character for your child to emulate on Halloween and it's not hard to do so with some of these great Moana costume ideas. And if you too want to play a supporting role and dress like the Disney heroine without going all out, you can just wear a floral hair wreath that you make or buy to match your toddler's. Just imagine how cute the photos will be of the two of you.