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Originally published on October 1, 2021. Updated on October 1, 2023.
It is that time of year again. Time to find your Halloween costumes for the big day!
We have been living through strange and uncomfortable times over the past 3+ years. Looking forward to the Halloween festivities for kids this year. Many are still cautious and wearing masks (like me!) but life is closer to normal.
The CDC has clarified many of the guidelines so people can get out and about if desired.
Start searching for your kids’ costumes now!
I love this adaptive costume for kids in wheelchairs. As a mom of a child with special needs, I love any opportunity for all kids to feel included!
Here is a link to a page with more adaptive Halloween costumes.
TV and Movies Characters and More
Dress like a top gun. Accessories not included.
Batman costumes are always popular. But with The Batman movie, there may be more caped crusaders walking around.
Even if your infant can’t walk, she can represent.
My daughter is still a fan of PJ Masks so I am very familiar with Gekko, Catboy, and Owlette. I think I know too much LOL. These costumes are for toddlers and young children.
How about being a rockstar for a night? Your daughter might want to become Vampirina from the TV show.
Last year, I posted about an adult astronaut costume. This year, I am going to let the kids in on all the fun.
Are you a fan of Star Wars? Here is the Mandalorian costume for the popular TV show. The blaster is not included.
This costume gets its inspiration from the Cobra Kai tv series. It is made of polyester so it is very comfortable. If your child is a fan, this would be a great costume!
This is Disney’s Raya from Raya and the Last Dragon. Your daughter will be ready for adventure in this outfit!
I love looking at Halloween costumes. I had little imagination as a child — by the time I was a teen, I would go out as a “teenager” in my teens or as a doctor starting in med school.
No imagination at all….LOL
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*This post is just about costume ideas. I am not suggesting that you and your family go trick-or-treating or have any parties. Following the safety rules of the CDC or of your local jurisdiction is the most important.