Halloween Costumes For Preschoolers {Saturday Stumbles}

Here is the second half of today’s Saturday Stumbles. Find the first half here. (Click on the pictures to be taken to the website the images are from.)

Ladybug Costume

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Yoda Costume

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Thomas The Train Costume (with sound)

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Starbucks Frappe Costume

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Firefighter Costume

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Cinderella Costume

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Astronaut Costume

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Clown Costume

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What is your child going to be for Halloween this year?

Halloween Costumes For Infants & Toddlers {Saturday Stumbles}

Happy October! While looking for costumes for the boys online I ran across tons of really cute ones that I wanted to share. This is a two part Saturday Stumbles post. The second half (being posted this afternoon) has costumes for preschool girls and boys. Click on a picture to be taken to the website the costume was found on.

Peacock Costume

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Sock Monkey Costume

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Owl Costume

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Golf Costume

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Octopus Costume

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Spaghetti & Meatballs Costume

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Strawberry Shortcake Costume

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What is your baby or toddler going to be for Halloween this year?

Wordless Wednesday: Trunk Or Treat

 

Lucas

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Halloween Best Dressed Photo Contest

Halloween Best Dressed Photo Contest

If you think your child’s costume is the cutest on the block, here’s you chance to prove it. Post a picture of your kid in his or her outfit to enter for a chance to win $1,000 Gilt Credit. Visit the “contests” tab on the Gilt Children Facebook page or click on the following link to enter to win: http://on.fb.me/GiltHalloween.

How the Contest Works

Between October 22 and November 8, upload a photo of your kid in his or her costume to the Gilt Children page by clicking on the Enter link above. The 10 most popular entries—as voted on by Gilt Children fans until November 19—will become finalists.

Fans can encourage their friends to vote for their the following ways:

1. Invite friends to participate in the contest: http://apps.facebook.com/contestshq/contests/68665/invites/new?ogn=facebook
2. Post your vote to your Facebook wall my selecting “share on my wall” when you vote for your favorite photo.
3. Let your friends know that you can vote for each entry once per day — so submit your entry early and vote often!

A panel of Gilt Groupe judges will then select five winners based on the overall quality of the photo and the costume, announcing the results by November 26 on the Gilt Children page and Twitter account. Each of the winners will receive a $1000 credit for use on Gilt.com.

(Disclosure: This is a compensated post through a Mom Bloggers Club member program. Good luck to all those who enter!)

Wordless Wednesday- Lion Cubs In Love

Jacob found this little girl lion at Boo at the Zoo last year.

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Costume Supercenter Review

It’s still Summer but I’ve been thinking about Fall, and more specifically Halloween. I love to dress my boys up to go Trick-or-Treating and always look for the perfect costume at a reasonable price.

This year I searched Costume Supercenter‘s website and found a wide variety of costume choices for both children and adults. I love that the site was split into categories and easy to search for specific products. I looked through the selection of infant and toddler costumes and chose the Elite Lil’ Lion costume for my oldest child.

When the costume arrived I was very happy with the quality. The costume features a zippered bodysuit, attached tail with bow, booties and a hood with ears and plush mane.

I first tried the costume on my oldest toddler, Jacob, who I had chosen it for but he would not let me put the hood on. I then tried to put the costume on my youngest, Lucas, and he let me put the hood on but was soon trying to take it off. It’s a very warm costume so it will be perfect for the end of October but wasn’t so comfortable to wear in the August heat so I could get pictures.

Overall, Costume Supercenter has a great selection of quality costumes. Some other cute ones that I saw for infants and toddlers on the site were the Infant Lil Flower Costume and the Rompin Roo Costume.

(Disclosure: This post was written for Family Review Network and Costume Supercenter who provided the complimentary product in exchange for my honest review.)