9 Creative Babywearing Halloween Costumes

9 Creative Babywearing Halloween costumesNot only is it babywearing week, it’s October! Time to start thinking about what you’re going to be for Halloween. Who is planning on wearing their baby this Halloween? Have you thought of making an adorable costume out of it? 

I have found some cute and creative ideas for incorporating your baby into your costume this year. I really wish I had thought of something creative when K was smaller and we were babywearing more than we are now. Some of these are ingenious!

Movie theater usher 

Spider in a web

Monkey in a tree 

 Luke Skywalker and Yoda 

Garbage Baby

9 Creative Babywearing Halloween costumes


Pilot and Co-Pilot

9 Creative Babywearing Halloween costumes


Rocket and Stars

Luck of the Irish

King Kong

I acknowledge that quite of a few of these have the baby facing out, but this can be modified by using a sling or making sure that baby’s hips are supported in a wrap or Beco Gemini.

What are your kids going to be for Halloween this year? Are you also dressing up?



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5 Responses to 9 Creative Babywearing Halloween Costumes

  1. I love the spider and fly. The dress is so pretty. Peas in a pod would be another cute idea.
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  2. LOVE the spider and the web. It’s gorgeous! Yoda and Luke Skywalker is also pretty appealing to this geek.
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  3. Francine says:

    theres one im surprised i didnt see. my younger brother’s one teacher dressed as a flower one halloween and dressed her baby as a little bee.

  4. Lynn B says:

    My husband is total geek and wanted to do the undeveloped twin thing from Total Recall (the original movie) with our son last year but not enough people would get it and it’s kinda creepy. I love the Luke and Yoda one!

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