Ah, Halloween! It’s that time of year when kids visit various houses in the neighborhood as they do Trick or Treats. This is also the time when creativity begins to spark significantly. While some of us will resort to buying ready-made costumes, there are those who will actually go for DIY stuff.
But what if you’re a parent and you have a little baby? You can still celebrate Halloween, right? Well of course you can – if you do it right. With a twist of creativity, you can actually bring your baby or kid with you.
To give you a better idea, we compiled a list of parents who did just that. And yes, you can definitely use them for inspiration. Scroll down, check which one suits you best, and tell us what you think. Happy Halloween!
#1. “The president is in good hands, sir.”
#2. Seriously, this is mad genius!
#3. Aww. Isn’t he adorable?
#4. I don’t know about you, but this one here is quite scary.
#5. This cute baby Rapunzel, though.
#6. Keyword: Strong.
#7. A baby popcorn? Hell yeah!
#8. This is a legit Super Mario baby!
#9. Not your typical E.T. and Elliot costume.
#10. Totoro fans, what say you?
#11. One word to describe this: Awesome!
#12. Meet the baker and her lovely cupcake.
#13. The Leprechaun finally got his pot of gold.
#14. Frida has never been this lovely.
#15. A sloth baby with his mother tree.
#16. Tandem skydivers.
#17. The pirate and the parrot.
#18. This octopus baby costume is sick!
#19. This wrecking crew is lit.
#20. People, meet the presidential babies.
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As a gamer, I can’t help but get fascinated with her video game cosplays!
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Transgender Woman Stored Her Sperm So She Can Father Her Own Children Someday
“I think it is incredible to know I can still have a baby that is half my DNA.”
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Lea started transitioning in July 2015 after feeling "disconnected" from her original male body. She has felt like that ever since she was a boy. She has been bullied and abused during her school years for being gay, a label that she's not really comfortable with.