Whether you're a traditional Monsters, Inc. (2001) fan or you prefer the recently-released Monsters University (2013), you can likely agree that your little monster will look precious dressed as beloved Sully. Let yourself delight in your baby's roars and the adorable swinging of his monster tail behind him. (Toys R Us, $25)
This costume is paws-itively perfect, especially if you have a small litter of children. Imagine the photo opportunities of dressing both your baby and toddler as dalmatians (and hey, we're not against including big kids either)! (Target, $30)
Even if you and your family can't make it to Disneyland for their Halloween festivities, your baby can still glow as a Disney princess. We love the intricacy and detail of this beautiful Cinderella costume for a baby girl. (Disney Store, $35)
Discomfort is one of the main problems when it comes to dressing up baby. This adorable Minnie Mouse costume bypasses the problem by relying on comfortable construction and fabric. The fact that it's a onesie will allow it to grow with your infant. It's only available in select Disney Stores rather than online.
To infinity and beyond! Dress your little guy as the most loveable and inept astronaut in toyland with this fetching costume. He'll probably keep playing astronaut for as long as he can crunch his pudgy little baby toes into his Buzz Lightyear shoes. (Party City, $25)
Is there anything sweeter than an infant dressed as a giant mammal? It's unlikely. Use this cuddly elephant costume to channel the spirit of the sweetest pachyderm in Disney history. Tie a red ruffle loosely around the neck to make it official. (PureCostumes.com, $20)
We love that this precious costume comes with both the dress and detachable wings so your baby can keep playing fairy as she grows into a little girl. (CostumeCraze.com, $21)
While all of the Winnie the Pooh characters make great Halloween costumes, you can't go wrong with a traditional Pooh Bear costume. Who wouldn't want to hug on your precious bear? (Kmart, $14)
We admit it — most people don't think of Star Wars when Disney is mentioned. But in 2012, Disney actually bought the rights to Star Wars, so now it makes perfect sense to dress your baby boy as Darth Vader. Don't underestimate the force. (Party City, $20)
Finally, you can't go wrong with a classic Snow White costume for your little girl. If you're feeling extra ambitious, you can certainly dress your pet (or your husband!) as one of the seven dwarves. (Toys R Us, $33)
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