Your baby bump can be the perfect Halloween accessory this year! Check out our favorite ways to dress up a baby bump for Halloween
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Looking for a Halloween costume while pregnant can be a bit tricky. While there are some maternity costumes available for sale, being a sexy pregnant devil/nurse/fairy may not be your idea of fun. But don’t worry, there is also a myriad of cute DIY costumes you might want to consider. We chose some of our favorites for you to check out.
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty…well, you’ll want to avoid a great fall, but you get the picture! Dress up your bump as this lovable egg for an unexpected and whimsical look. Bonus, if you have a kid you can go as a Humpty Dumpty pair and be the cutest duo since Jack and Jill![Images via Pinterest, Buzzfeed & FollowPics]
Especially if you have older kids at home, this simple Monsters Inc. costume will be a Halloween hit. You can also turn it into a family costume and have dad dress up as Sully.[Image via The Sweet Stuff]
Feeling a bit like a marshmallow these days? Take that to the next level with this make-at-home smores costume. So sweet![Image via Bit Rebels]
Get geeky with this planet costume. All you need is a black shirt, a bit of paint and a hula hoop, of course![Image via Geek Crafts]
Magic 8 Ball
So very easy to pull together, and yet so good. Try this magic 8 ball costume out as is, or with white leggings and matching white sleeves to turn yourself into a billiard ball.[Image via C.R.A.F.T & Disney]
Find yourself a willing Luigi for this cute two-person costume pairing. Or take it to the next level and have someone come as your Yoshi (bonus if they will carry you around on their back all night!)[Image via Media Cache]
Never expected to find yourself painting your pregnant belly? Well, here’s your chance! Go bold with this 8-tentacled look — ideal if you’re particularly crafty.[Image via Trendzified]
You can’t go wrong with a classic cartoon like this. Try it with or without a Charlie Brown. (Bonus: it’s super comfortable.)[Image via C.R.A.F.T]
Grab an old basketball jersey (there are always TONS at second-hand shops) and a small black and orange paint and you’re done. Simple, cheap and pretty great use of your newest “accessory”![Image via Pinterest]
Bird In Her Nest With Her Egg
Okay, we don’t really expect you to make all of this at home, but isn’t it fantastic?! If you are super crafty and do attempt this amazing mama bird protecting her egg in her nest, send us a picture. We’d love to see it![Image via Trendzified]
Carly Link, a 33-year old mother of two toddlers. She is a parent and goes through a lot of the usual parenting difficulties herself. Carly shares all her experiences and knowledge about the best baby products through this blog.