Best Halloween Costumes for Baby Boys
We're firm believers that a baby's first (and second) Halloween should involve friends, fun and maybe a few photos. Not fighting to get a tight, scratchy costume over his head.
To make fall photoshoots and festive Halloween activities more fun, we found the top-rated baby boy costumes. They are designed for babies, by babies.
OK, maybe not literally, but we're positive they would approve of these designs if they had the vocabulary to write an Amazon review.
Rex From Toy Story
Being Buzz or Woody is cute, but why not get more creative? This Rex costume is both adorable and funny.
Just add leggings underneath if the cool fall weather has finally set in.
Get the look: The Toy Story Infant Rex Costume, $21-$44.99
A Fluffy Fox
Lookin' pretty foxy there. This fox costume for babies is just right for newborns, because it's basically a regular onesie with ears and a tail.
Get the look: Noubeau Baby Fox Jumpsuit, $24.99
For the ultra-confident babies out there who love to make the ladies (or at least their aunts and grandmas) swoon, this Elvis costume, complete with onesie, booties and hat is a great choice.
Just remind him to say thank you, thank you very much when he's offered candy.
Get the look: Rubie's Baby Elvis Costume, $29.08-$50.19
A Cozy Space Traveller
Baby boy costumes don't have to be uncomfortable. What baby would want to stay in an outfit that's itchy?
This fun, fleecy onesie actually comes in multiple styles, so your baby can be whatever his heart desires without sacrificing comfort.
Get the look: Fleece Baby Bunting Bodysuit, $29.99
The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man
This might be the best baby boy costume ever because it's so freaking honest.
The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man looks harmless and cute, but he's capable of taking down entire buildings.
Or, in this case, most of the living room.
Get the look: Infant Ghostbusters Stay Puft Costume, $39.99-$59.99
Ah, this one's a classic. Super Mario is a wonderful baby boy costume, but do his brother a favor and don't make him dress up as Luigi unless he wants to.
Let's face it. We all wanted to be Mario, but younger siblings always got stuck playing Luigi.
Princess Peach might be a better option for a matching costume.
Get the look: Disguise Mario Infant Costume, $30
A Perfect Panda
This is one of those costumes that baby boys might actually ask to wear. The soft fabric feels just like wearing pajamas, and toddlers might get a kick out of pretending to be a panda bear.
Get the look: Tonwhar Unisex Baby Animal Onesie, $18.99-$22.99
The Littlest Lion
All right, this one wins. It's too adorable. We can't handle it.
The mane on the baby lion costume is so well done, with several layers of soft fringe framing your baby's face.
A lion's mane for baby's best friend makes it even better.
Get the look: Spooktacular Creations Deluxe Baby Lion Costume Set, $40
Baby Jack Jack
If you have a tiny captain of chaos, a Jack Jack costume is ideal. Bonus points if your sitter is visiting on Halloween.
If you have a really great one, she might even dress up like Kari.
Get the look: Amscan Baby Jack Jack Halloween Costume, $33.94
We did already include one astronaut costume for baby boys on this list, but this white one is a fabulous choice for smaller babies.
Get the look: Aeromax Jr. Astronaut Suit, $35.91
The Count From Sesame Street
If your toddler is obsessed with counting to 10, can you really pass up this baby boy costume? That's literally all the Count in Sesame Street does.
He's a vampire, but he's way more into numbers than drinking blood. To our knowledge, at least.
Get the look: Disguise Deluxe Sesame Street Infant/Toddler Count Costume, $34.99
A Ferocious Triceratops
Roooooar! The ground will shake when this terrifying, horned triceratops runs out of the room with something in his mouth that definitely shouldn't be there.
Trying to get him to spit it out might be harder than catching a real dinosaur.
Get the look: Spooktacular Creations Baby Triceratops Dinosaur Costume Set, $39.99
A Tiny Firefighter
If the special effects go haywire this Halloween, it's best to have a fireman on hand to come to the rescue.
Being two feet tall just means it's easier for him to stay low and avoid the smoke as he bravely saves Halloween.
Get the look: Amscan Baby's First Fireman Halloween Costume, $22.18-$34.99