Trick or Treat! Your Babies' Cutest Costumes
Marie Faecke of Phoenix, Ariz., wanted her daughter to sparkle on her first Halloween. "My little princess is so cute and loves the attention," she writes. "I picked this cute pixie fairy, to show off her spunky personality."
Sarah Szambelan of Lockport, Ill., claims she had three reasons for choosing her son's lobster costume: "It's adorable! I've never seen it on another baby. And my son's name is Rocco, so we've always called him 'Rock Lobster,' just like the B-52's song."
"I made this costume for my son for his first Halloween," writes Whitney Wall of Winthrop, Mass. "It took me a few weeks to make and he wore it for about one minute, but it was worth the picture." He looks good enough to eat!
Don't "quack" up – this Donald Duck costume was a hit! "My daughter made a fantastic Donald Duck," writes Michelle Morris of Fond du Lac, Wis. "The costume was quite a winner on Halloween!"
CHARLIE BROWN & SNOOPY
Good grief! Ashley Dickel of Las Vegas, Nev., dressed her 8-month-old and 3-year-old as Charlie Brown and his ever-loyal beagle, Snoopy. "My mom made the costumes by hand," Ashley writes. "And we used eyeliner for Charlie's hair!"
Paging Dr. Morgan! Nancy Morgan of Fremont, Calif., writes of her son Calen's costume, "We wanted to show everyone how smart he is, so we put together this doctor outfit – complete with business cards."
Mickey had better look out for this heartbreaker! When Dani Grace of Tampa, Fla., decided to play dress-up with her big sister's clothes and toys, she turned herself into a mini-Minnie. Aunt Britt Sutter writes, "Dani Grace has the flare for style even if she has no hair!"
The wonderful thing about Tiggers, is Tiggers are wonderful things! "My daughter's theme for everything is Winnie the Pooh," writes Lacey Hill of Sanford, Fla. "So when we saw this Tigger costume, we couldn't say no!"
THING 1 & THING 2
Seeing as how her son and nephew are dressed as characters from beloved Dr. Seuss tales, Ashley Dickel of Las Vegas, Nev., had to describe their costumes in rhyme. "These are my boys as Thing 1 and Thing 2. I handmade these costumes and sprayed their hair blue!"