21 Spooktacular Pregnant Halloween Costumes

Dressing up for two this Halloween? Check out these 21 creative Halloween costume ideas to showcase your burgeoning baby bump—from the spooky to the spectacular.

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Marsupial Mama

Marsupial Mama

Here's a cute and creative costume idea that's doubly as darling when you pair up with a pregnant pal!

(via: Coolest Homemade Costumes)

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Bubble Gum Bump

Bubble Gum Bump

Put the bubble in bubble gum with this gumball machine Halloween costume, which is cute for kids, but would also show off a burgeoning baby belly.

(via 'A Casarella)

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Nesting for Real

Nesting for Real

The bird sitting in a nest costume idea for moms-to-be gives an entirely new meaning to the term "nesting." One thing is for sure: this getup would win any costume contest, hands, er wings, down.

(via Costume Works)

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Come Out of Your Shell

Come Out of Your Shell

It took an egg to create the baby in your belly, so why not dress as one for Halloween? This idea you'll love poaching for yourself!

(via Brit+Co)

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Frozen Mama-to-Be

Frozen Mama-to-Be

Do you want build a baby? This maternity Olaf costume idea is perfect for the Frozen fans out there, of which there are about as many as there are snowflakes in winter!

(via From Wine to Whine)

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Pitcher's Mound

Pitcher's Mound

Ashley at blog From Dahlias to Doxies came up with this baseball belly costume at the last minute, using things from around her house. Looks like a home run to us!

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Under Construction

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Under Construction

For a simple DIY costume that is sure to get some laughs, try this "Baby Depot" construction worker idea. Just no heavy lifting!

(via Simply Kelly Designs)

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The Real Octomom

The Real Octomom

This costume really has legs if you're looking for a simple DIY Halloween costume for your bump.

(via Bit-O-Me)

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Bun in the Oven

Bun in the Oven

How hot is Brit + Co's spin on the bun in the oven idea?

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Baby Mutant Ninja Turtle

Baby Mutant Ninja Turtle

Here's another easy, homemade Halloween costume idea. Pizza (the preferred food of the TMNTs) not required—but definitely encouraged.

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The Godmother

The Godmother

Bibbity bobbity bump! If your little pumpkin is almost due, here's a costume that won't restrict your bigger-than-ever belly. Maybe you can even make your own wish come true, and go into labor on time!

(via Salty Cinderella)

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No Bother Here

No Bother Here

This adorable Winnie the Pooh-inspired costume is easy to assemble, and comes with a built-in idea for a partner who is about as enthusiastic about Halloween as Eeyore is about, well, anything. A polo shirt and shorts and voila: Christopher Robin!

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Pregnant Potato

Pregnant Potato

A Mrs. Potato Head costume is the perfect way to cover your bump this Halloween; especially if you aren't ready to reveal your pregnancy. Baby belly not included!

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Buzzy Bump

Buzzy Bump

Every pregnant woman is a queen, and in this case, she's a queen bee! This sweet-as-honey beehive costume is cute on its own, or as part of a family ensemble also featuring a beekeeper, and baby bees.

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Style to Spare

Style to Spare

You certainly won't strike out with this campy bowling pin costume!

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Adorable Birds

Adorable Birds

Nothing angry here. Just a simple, fun way to adorn your baby bump this Halloween.

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Teen Dream

Teen Dream

Dig out your old varsity jacket and go back in time, while paying homage to a reality TV guilty pleasure. High school ring optional.

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Troll-or-Treat

Troll-or-Treat

You won't have to troll for fun in this costume. Bonus: You can rub your baby bump for good luck!

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Ultimate Care Package

Ultimate Care Package

Introducing Preggo Bear! Special power: growing humans.

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Slam Dunk

Slam Dunk

The bump painted as a basketball idea is all net, baby.

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Cat's Cradle

Cat's Cradle

Well, just look what the cat dragged in: a super-creative costume idea. Meow!

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