October 23, 2014
At Milk Nursingwear we love to celebrate!
Halloween will be here before we know it, so we wanted to share the costumes that we find most creative for kids. Some of these are great for baby’s first Halloween, while others are geared more for those already on the run. We hope these cute little ones help to inspire your costume creations this fall.
It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown! What would Halloween be without this children's classic? Baby is adorable as little Chuck.
What little girl doesn't like to dress up? Just add a key and this clever costume comes to life.
It's the comic action hero and his daring dog. Tintin & Snowy always save the day.
Scooby, Shaggy and the Gang
The whole family can get involved for this costume. Looks like all they are missing is Daphne!
Max from Where the Wild Things Are
On a chilly Halloween evening, this store-bought costume is perfect for staying warm and allowing your "Max" to have a wild time.
Queen of Hearts & the White Rabbit
Mom and her little one make quite a pair in this literary costume duo.
Popcorn & Vendor
Our vote for best costume for an infant. Baby is snug in his carrier and completely oblivious to pulling off a fantastic costume!
This little guy could have stepped right out of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory! And who else should be dragging around a bag of candy?
Dr Evil & Mini Me
This Austin Powers inspired costume is perfect for a dad and son duo. Groovy baby!
The Man with the Yellow Hat & Curious George
If your son's best friend is George, this costume is for you. Just make sure you have plenty of yellow dye on hand!
Miss Clavel and a bunch of little Madelines make a great option for taking your daughter and her friends out trick or treating.
Baby Harry Potter & Hagrid
All you Harry Potter Fans know this is how the story began - with Hagrid dropping baby Harry at the Dursleys.
ET & Elliott
For those of us that aren't too creative, this costume of Elliott riding with ET is a no-brainer.
Clark Kent a.k.a. Superman
Everyone will be baffled with this costume - until the Superman "S" lurking underneath the suit is revealed. Very clever!
Chef & Lobster
This little lobster looks pretty cozy. The cooking pot sure is handy for toting baby around on Halloween.
Carl from UP
Hands down, we at Milk think this is the most creative costume. This little guy looks just like Carl - all he's missing is Russell and Dug.
Cabbage Patch Kid
Creative and practical! This easy, do-it-yourself costume allows your munchkin to relax in the stroller while her siblings run from house to house.
Alice in Wonderland
You've seen Alice costumes, but this creative version reminds readers that she must have just had the cake that said, "EAT ME!"
3 Peas in a Pod
The costume that only triplets can get away with!!