Celebrating Baby's first holidays is exciting and Halloween is especially fun because you get to dress them up. Baby is still little and doesn't quite get what all the fuss is about so keep their first Halloween party simple. I've been thinking about this a lot lately since this will be my son's first Halloween. Here are a few baby-friendly ideas to help with your planning!
What's cuter than a baby? How about a baby dressed as a puppy? Or a lion cub? Or a piglet? These baby animal costumes will ensure that both you and your little one have a wildly good time this Halloween!
You have a baby. Life is stressful enough, without the added craziness around holidays. Don't worry. We have you covered. You can make all of these costumes with what you have in your home. No sewing. No buying. No glue. No problem.
The first Halloween is often an underrated event in a young child's life, yielding a ton of mug-worthy moments for both parent and child. Here are 10 things new parents can look forward to this Halloween.
Oh, the magic of Halloween. Dressing up and showing off your toddler—and the pirate-like joy of sifting through the bag of goodies. However, Halloween can easily turn out to be a nightmare in disguise...
Few holidays capture our collective fancy more vividly than Halloween. Shrouded in mystery and suspense, Halloween celebrates magic, mischief, and transformation. That's why we're double-daring you to take a peek at these Halloween-inspired names.
You've picked the perfect one: It's squat and round or tall and slim or just a little lopsided. Now what? Use these tips for decorating (or disassembling!) your pumpkin, and invite the little kids to help!
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