9 Actually Funny Pregnancy Halloween Costumes — No Nuns Included
Halloween is the best holiday for people who enjoy dressing up, because pretty much anything goes. But if you're expecting a little one, you might find the maternity Halloween costume selection a bit limiting to your tastes. Seriously: the whole pregnant nun thing has been done, right? What else is out there? For a fresh take, some actually funny pregnancy Halloween costumes will put you back in the spirit of the season. These looks are cute, silly, and unlikely to make you cringe in a few years.
Like any other costume choice, these maternity Halloween costumes can be as chill or elaborate as you choose. For some moms-to-be, putting on a funny maternity shirt is enough work. If you're really into costumes, though, pregnancy doesn't have to limit your creativity at all. If pre-made costumes are your jam, many store-bought maternity Halloween costumes are actually pretty great. Plus, if you want to go the DIY route, the options are endless. Whether you want to put a maternal spin on classic movie monsters, or use the chance to make fun of silly pregnancy stereotypes, let your inner costume designer shine. Remember: it's technically your kid's first Halloween, so make it a good one.
1. Mother Of Dragons
2. Bun In The Oven
3. The Baby Fairy
4. Full Moon
5. Momma Frankenstein
7. Stock Photo Pregnant Lady
OK, so this idea borrows liberally from Steph Montgomery's look at weird pregnancy stock photos here on Romper.com. Put your own spin on these stereotypes. Start with a basic maternity dress ($55, Pink Blush Maternity), then tie a floral maternity sash ($19, Amazon) into a giant bow around your belly. Drape a white lace night gown ($23, Amazon) over your outfit. You might not have any nearby fields of wildflowers to lounge in, so make do with a flower crown headband ($45, Etsy).
8. Maternity Skeleton
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