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Choosing the Costume For Your Toddlers During Halloween

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Choosing the Costume For Your Toddlers During Halloween

As a new parent, you’re likely full of anxiety and apprehension about your little bundle of joy. A costume seems like the least of your worries when you think of all the other dangers surrounding Halloween, such as cars being unable to see you and your baby in the dark or what to do with your baby at a Halloween party.

By taking a few proper safety precautions, you can ensure a happy Halloween regardless. Your best bet, if you decide to trick or treat, is to take the baby out before dark, just after dinner, with your other children. Choose colorful costumes and add reflective tape to the stroller and part of the costume. Halloween is a fun holiday and your baby will love the novelty of his or her costume design.

Ideally, a costume will be comfortable, not too hot, not too cold and easy to undo for changing time. There shouldn’t be any appendages that will irritate the baby or trip the toddler. Remember that material-wise cotton is durable and comfortable, when compared to polyester, and plush fabrics are snuggly for the baby, but not necessarily so if you live in muggy Florida. Be sure to look over the costume design for anything that might be pulled off or choked on.

Avoid buying masks or using face paints on your baby and if you plan on participating in a trick or treat romp around the neighborhood to show off your newborn, then be sure you and your stroller are highly visible with reflective tape and light colors. Most importantly, check the label to be sure the outfit is flame retardant and machine washable! Now that you know the safety tips, it’s time to think more creatively about finding the best infant and toddler costumes.

For your toddler, newborn or infant, whether they are walking or not, visit “Annies Costumes” for the costume you want. The sizes there are easily separated into newborn, newborn walker, infant of 12-24 Month and toddler 2T-4T. You’ll melt browsing the selection of adorable plush baby and toddler costumes. There are Baby Einstein characters, a Shrek bunting, soft pink and blue bunnies, baby bees or baby bats, and all are just a little bit cuter than what you can find on other sites.

Also, there are some really creative costumes that aren’t elsewhere, such as the creative money sack “Billion Dollar Baby” costume, a “Dazzling Baby Flower,” a “Baby Strawberry,” a “Little Trees Car Freshener” costume, the “Mini Muscle Man” costume, a “Tootsie Roll” or “Sugar Babies” candy bunting, a “Jack in the Box” bunting, the “Chili Pepper” suit and the “Sunflower” bunting. Toddler costumes like “Captain America,” “Chewbacca,” “Winnie the Pooh” and “Baby Thomas the Tank” really stand out.

The costume you choose is going to get trashed, you know this. It’s going to be pooped in, drooled on, spilled on and spit up on. Many of the plush baby and toddler costumes are “spot clean only,” which means you’ll need to use a gentle non-abrasive laundry spot remover and hope there are no major messes. If your princess dribbles on her dress, then you can try a fine fabric cleaner and cold water via hand-wash. “Dry clean only” costumes may not be worth the money if they’ll never be worn again. If you only paid $6.95 for it, then why bother paying $20 to clean it? Checking the label and opt for machine washable, and feed your baby with bibs or in another outfit before getting dressed up for Halloween fun!

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