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It's all smiles for Leslie G.'s little gourd from Bluff City, Tenn. "Hadley is the cutest pumpkin in the patch for her first Halloween!" she writes.
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Two decades later, the iconic hip-hop group is still making an impact on a new generations of fans, like Sakinah A. and her niece, Jessie. "She could pass as one of Rev Run's daughters or a nerdy chic Rihanna I'm thinking," the N.Y.C. resident shares.
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Christine E., from Lakewood, Calif., submitted a snapshot of her grandson Bryson D., who proves he's one clever little rascal.
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"My grandson, Neil, celebrated being adorable by taking turns and smiling and eating pumpkin outside on a beautiful autumn day," Indianapolis, Ind., resident Debi C. writes.
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What a hoot! Brittany H.'s wise trick-or-treater, 1, got a case of the giggles during a picture-perfect moment in El Paso, Texas.
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California Gurls came to Evansville, Ind., with 3-year-old Clara Ann B.'s sweet tribute to the pop superstar.
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BUZZ LIGHTYEAR & WOODY FROM TOY STORY
To infinity and beyond! Little Ethan enlisted the help of his furry friend, Tucker, for their cute homage to the 1995 Disney film. "These two are inseparable," mom Carnie S., from Sammamish, Wash., writes.
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WAYNE & GARTH FROM WAYNE'S WORLD
Party time, excellent! Chace and Knox H. from Pittsburgh, Pa., get squeaky clean (courtesy of a pair of nifty toothbrushes!) before rocking out as the ultimate slacker pals from the 1992 comedy.
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ELVIS & PRISCILLA PRESLEY
It's nothing but hunka-hunka-burning love for Becky O. from Edmond, Okla., who pulled together this mini reunion of The King and his former wife.
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Before a night of trick-or-treating, finding the right costume was a three-step process for Kamea M. from Toronto. "This costume started out as a witch (the hair), then a nerd (glasses) but after putting it together, Kamea decided she looked like LMFAO, which became her favorite costume," her parent writes.
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Hot, hot, hot! Little Brock L. brings the heat as a spicy veggie, all thanks to his proud pop. "We picked a chili pepper because his daddy loves spicy food amp loves to cook!" mom Kristen from Trinity, Fla., shares.
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Baby Oliver S. shows off his wild side while putting on the ultimate trunk show in Hingham, Mass.
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Cup of tea, anyone? Rowan K. from Signal Mountain, Tenn., is mad for fun as the Alice In Wonderland character. "Her costume is [handmade]from things around the house!!" her parent shares.
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CARL FREDRICKSEN FROM UP
Up, up and away! Jeremy B., 9 months, transforms into the adventurous old man from the 2009 Disney-Pixar film, thanks to the ingenuity of his parents, mom Marnie and dad Jason. "We added some balloons and cheap black plastic glasses and the result was the cutest old guy ever. Happy Halloween," the Sunnyvale, Calif., parents write.
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Nick L. from Brambleton, Va., earns his right to a golden ticket with his mom Liz's tribute to the iconic, diminutive creatures from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
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YODA FROM STAR WARS
The force was certainly with little Maximilian Z. from Baltimore, Md., who dressed up as the all-knowing Jedi master. "Do or do not," his parent writes. "There is no try."
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Scary creatures are no match for little Delaney S. from Philadelphia, who comes to the rescue as the caped crusader during her first Halloween celebration.
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PSY & YOO JAE SUK
Gangnam Style garnered another hit, this time in Las Vegas, as brothers Massimo, 8, and Angelo, 11, paid tribute to the the K-Pop superstar with their very own music video.
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Fall is in full bloom for Rock Hill, S.C.'s Raena W., who she dressed up her baby girl as a pretty flower for her very first Halloween. "If she was in a garden, [I'd] pick her!" she writes.
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Kate B. from Atlanta couldn't help but cook a fancy feast, suiting up her little guy Drew, 6 months, as a cute crustacean. "We just returned from a visit with the grandparents in Maine… and we were missing all the lobster we feasted on," she shares.
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BATGIRL & ROBIN
Move over, Christian Bale! Crime fighting gets a double dose of cute from Jessiey R. of Aliso Viejo, Calif., who dressed up daughter Bella as BatGirl and son Bailey as Robin. "This dynamic duo are super heroes in a sense where they always on the look out for each other," she writes.
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It's nothing but the smell of success for Emerson S. from East Longmeadow, Mass., who earns the appropriate and adorable moniker, "Little Stinker."
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He's on the run! Little Nicholas P., 15 months, stays one step ahead of his dad, a real-life deputy from Stephens City, Va. "You'll never catch me, Deputy Daddy!" his mom Shannon writes.
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The party don't stop 'til she walks in: Robin D.'s little diva, 4, strikes a stage-worthy pose as the edgy singer.
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Purr-fectly done! For her first trick-or-treating outing, little Ruby M. from Phillips, Wis., transformed into a fun and furry feline. "She really got into character, she's licking her paws!" her mom Rachel shares.
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Hear him rooaar! During a trip to a local pumpkin patch, Vancouver resident Cassius B.'s baby boy Cassius James got the pick of the season. "He loved playing in the dirt and eating the pumpkins," his parent writes.
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MAVERICK FROM TOP GUN
Abigail S.'s toddler son Jack sure has a need for speed – no wonder she decked him out as a little fighter pilot in honor of Tom Cruise's iconic character from the 1986 action movie. "At 18 months old he's already the spitting image of Maverick in Top Gun," writes the Hartford, Conn., mom.
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WANDA FROM WHERE'S WANDA
Waldo has yet to be found, but Shanna M. from Asheville, N.C., encountered another friendly stripe-dressed traveler: "My 3-year-old loved looking at Where's Waldo books, so when Halloween rolled around, it was easy to pick a costume!" says the Asheville, N.C., mom, who dress daughter Bailey as Waldo's sister, Wanda.
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Monkey see ... monkey cute! Kelsey G. of Dalhart, Texas, went bananas as she suited up her precocious little boy Benson as the handcrafted monkey doll.
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SLIMER FROM GHOSTBUSTERS
The green ghost just got a little cuter, thanks to Beth R. from East Bethel, Minn., who writes: "We made him a Slimer (from Ghostbusters) costume because at seven months old, he was always drooling and slimy. We thought it was quite appropriate!"
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When it came to finding the most practical getup, Stephanie D. from Plymouth, Minn., found a clear (and refreshing) winner: "Perfect for the cool Minnesota weather, this costume kept Brielle warm, yet fashionable."
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Inspired by their love for scuba diving, Little Rock, Ark., couple Corey B. and his wife crafted the ultimate wet suit for their cheerful little girl. "We didn't purchase the costume and it was created with gear/items found around our house," he shares.
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JACK SPARROW FROM PIRATES OF THE CARRIBBEAN
Ahoy, matey! Johnny Depp may have found his mini-doppelgänger in 4-year-old Lokyn from Bel Air, Md. "He is obsessed with Pirates of the Caribbean and makes a mean looking Captain Jack," his mom Loki writes.
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How sweet! It's sugar, spice and everything nice for little Phoenixx B.'s homage to the pop superstar. "She asked to be Katy Perry and mommy did her best attempt at the costume so she's rocking out as a adorable candy princess!" writes Levittown, Pa., mom Cheryl.
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"My husband is a Marine, so for our son's 2nd Halloween, we dressed him up like Daddy. The costume was completely handmade," Rachel K., from Knoxville, Tenn., shares about her little boy. "We're not sure if we're ever going to top it!"
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The Force is with her! Little Charlotte from Chetek, Wis., showed off her fighting spirit – and killer hair buns! – for her turn as the feisty female warrior. "Daddy loves Star Wars so baby Charlotte paid homage," her mom Madeline L. writes.
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Sam C. of New Haven, Conn., channeled his favorite pop culture icon – Google's dancing robot – by turning regular household items (a salad bowl, bike helmet, black sweatsuit, and green foam) into Silicon Valley's latest gadget. "So in my fella's eyes – the Google Android *is* a celebrity," Sam's dad writes.
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It was total monkey business for Colorado Springs, Colo., resident Tara H. and her baby boy on Halloween: "He was a monkey with a banana on top of his head!!" she writes.
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No fashion faux pas here! Little Leni F. of Woodlake Cliff, N.J., gets major style points for her adorable take on the Icelandic singer's infamous look from the 2001 Oscars.
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For his very first Halloween, Alexander K. of Worcester, Mass., stole the spotlight as a precious tiger cub.
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Amanda G. of Newmanstown, Pa., dressed her 7-month-old son Storm as an adorable banana-toting monkey for his first Halloween. "I thought, why not a monkey since he acts like one and loves everything that taste like bananas," she writes.
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What's the buzz? Vey K. from St. Louis, Mo., shared a sweet photo of her little honey, writing, "Baby, Baby Bumblebee, Look at Him as Sweet as He Can Be, Buzz-Buzz Happy As Can Be, You Are [Mommy's] Cute Bumblebee."
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Chicken little, indeed! Dressing up as a family of chickens, Tammy M. from Rogers, Ark., let her son join in on the fun for his first-ever Halloween.
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Hulkmania took over Hallsville, Mo., when Natalia P. snapped a photo of 3-year-old son Cash Jonathan adorably flexing his faux muscles as a miniature version of the famed wrestler.
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Seems like Thanksgiving came early for Courtney M. of Elkhart, Ind., who suited up her baby boy in an adorable poultry getup. "My Lil' Gobbler – Dominic!" she shares.
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GNOMEO & JULIET
"My son was obsessed with Gnomeo amp Juliet last year, so I thought it was the perfect costume for him and his little sister to wear!" Heather M., of Mission Viejo, Calif., writes about her children's movie-inspired costumes.
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BILLY THE EXTERMINATOR
Considering his major love for the AampE reality series, there was no denying who Griffin, 5, would dress as for trick-or-treating. "He loves animals and loves that Billy doesn't hurt the animals but finds them a new place to live," explains Tammy E. of Brooklyn Park, Minn.
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Little monster! Kate C. of Calgary, Canada, helped her daughter – and the singer's dedicated fan! – channel her music idol. "My little girl loves Lady Gaga and wanted to be her for Halloween, so I made her this bubble girl costume," she writes. "It was her idea to wear her headband as glasses."
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THING 1 & 2
Dr. Seuss's classic children's tale came to life for Cameron, Wis., resident Jenny J., who paid tribute to The Cat In the Hat with "homemade costumes by mommy and auntie" for her twin boys Landon (Thing One) and Dillon (Thing Two).
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Cute stuff! In celebration of the fall holiday, Donata G. of San Antonio, Texas, "loved stuffing our little "monster" into a pumpkin for his first Halloween."
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Taking her turn at the mic, little Natalie hit a high note, donning a homemade costume in honor of the pop superstar's "Poker Face" ensemble. "We just bought the accessories like the wig and bow," writes Maribel S., from Coachella, Calif.
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PEAS IN A POD
Veggies do a body … cute! Sara D. from Lincoln, Neb., couldn't resist putting her 6-month-old triplets in identical costumes for a night of trick-or-treating. "Halloween is our favorite holiday, even the triplets knew that at such an early age," she shares.
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Even a pint-size Clark Kent can't hide his secret identity – not when Tillman I. from Killeen, Texas, and his giggly baby boy paid tribute to the caped superhero.