Posted by Lauren Hartmann
There is no doubt that neighborhoods will be filled to the brim with Frozen royalty this Halloween. No hood will be lacking in Queen Elsas or Princess Annas. And if you’re a big Frozen fan but are looking for something a little less expected, then maybe you should consider an Olaf costume for your Disney Baby! It’s also a perfect sibling costume if your other little wants to go as Elsa or Anna. I’m not a particularly crafty mama…actually…not really crafty at all, but this costume couldn’t be easier! All you need are a few items (many of which you may already have!), about 30 minutes, and zero sewing skills. So, let’s build a snowman!
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
If you’re a busy parent (or just a procrastinator like myself), and you’ve waited until the last minute to come up with a costume for your little one – don’t fret! Halloween has always been one of my most favorite holidays, because I love an excuse to dress up and dressing up babies? Well, that’s even better! Over the years I’ve gotten pretty good at coming up with costumes on the fly and with little else than the items that already happened to be in my closet (like last year when my toddler was Macklemore). So I came up with a list of super simple Halloween costume ideas to get you started. Maybe you’ve already got some of these in your little one’s wardrobe!
Posted by Alicia Gibbs
For our first Halloween with my son, Aarlen, I thought it would be fun to start the tradition of doing family costumes. My daughter, Naliya, wanted to be Doc McStuffins, and it was the perfect choice since there were enough characters to create both parent and child costumes.
Posted by Tiffany Thornton
Now that we are a family of four, I feel like the pressure is on to go “all out” for our Halloween costumes. We’ve got two adorable little boys who would look cute even dressed as paper sacks… but Mommy and Daddy would look silly.
My dilemma is this: Should we dress all alike as a theme? Or should we dress as individuals in whatever we like the most?
Posted by Carmen Ordonez
Day of the Dead, or Dia de Los Muertos, is a colorful holiday primarily celebrated in Mexico as a way to remember and celebrate those that have passed away. Lately, it has become even more popular in the United States. Although my family (from Colombia) never celebrated this holiday, I think it’s great for my son to learn about different cultures and traditions.
Here are five fun, toddler-friendly “Dia de Los Muertos”crafts your little one would enjoy!