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The Best Mommy-and-Baby Halloween Costume Ideas

Everybody say: "Awwwww."


Michael Phelps, Nicole, and Boomer

Dress up as this adorable family and show off the Olympic gold. You certainly shouldn’t have any trouble digging up Michael Phelps’ memorabilia! Check out these cheap Halloween costume ideas for kids you can DIY.

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Lion and his tamer

A creative and simple idea for one of the mom and baby Halloween costumes is a little lion and his tamer. Give your baby all the courage in the world to bring out his cuteness this Halloween as you play your usual role of taming his every cry!

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Thing 1, Thing 2, and The Cat in the Hat

There may have been just two of you before baby came around, but now you’re a threesome! If your little one is too old for these mom and baby Halloween costumes, try one of these DIY kids costumes.

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Curious George

You already know you have a curious little one on your hands, so dress him up like the beloved character in this classic children’s book. All you need is a yellow shirt! These gifts are perfect for moms under 50. 

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Rosie the Riveter

There’s no better time to dress up for women’s rights. Check out these vintage Halloween costumes that can still be worn today.

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Uncle Sam, Lady Liberty, and a Bald Eagle

Show off your family’s patriotic spirit with this All-American ensemble.

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Cruella de Vil and Dalmatian

No one will be able to keep their paws off your baby while she’s wearing this little spotted number. All you need to match is a black and white ensemble.

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Barney, Betty, and BamBam Rubble

Channel your inner bedrock family by dressing up like everyone’s favorite stone-age family. After you’ve picked out one of these mom and baby Halloween costumes try these easy Halloween crafts with your kid.

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